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The rise of Whole Genome, Whole Exome and virtual panels
Instead of each time we need to do a genomic-related test, a patient’s sample is taken to sequence a gene panel – which is about 90% of the market – we keep a broader genomic information sample – A Whole Exome of Whole Genome…read more
Enabling large scale progress is a real challenge for the genomic industry.
At GenomSys, we believe there are many ways to simplify the genomic process from sampling to diagnosis, benefit from better collaboration with information sharing and improve compatibility amongst existing tools and formats.read more
GenomSys sets its new headquarters at the center of Switzerland’s Health Valley Hub – the “Biopôle” in Lausanne
GenomSys has moved two of its teams to the BioPôle in Lausanne, to support the company’s growth and improve its accessibility to the Life Sciences community.read more
GenomSys strengthens scientific team to expand its reach into the scientific community and develop new markets
Pawel Rosikiewicz – co-founder of “SwissAI Machine Learning Meetups” and of the SwissAI foundation – joins GenomSys in the role of Scientific Communications Expert.read more
GenomSys, a software company which develops technology for efficient processing and sharing of DNA data, announces a collaboration with SysMeta IT, a digital services company catering to medical clinics and labs in Switzerland and editor of Tangerine Medical and Tangerine Diagnostics software packages.read more
International Standards are technical standards developed by experts belonging to international organizations under the coordination of entities such as ISO, the International Organization for Standardization. ISO is the world’s largest developer of voluntary international standards and facilitates world trade by providing common standards between nations.
In this sense, MPEG-G is the only genome sequencing data format officially published as an ISO International Standard.