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Qlucore announces partnership with TATAA Biocenter

Qlucore, provider of bioinformatics software, has announced a partnership with TATAA Biocenter, an organiser of hands-on training in molecular diagnostics and a provider of genomic services.

TATAA will use Qlucore’s Omics Explorer software when providing NGS data analyses for its clients and the program will also be used in TATAA Biocenter’s popular NGS training courses. “We always seek collaboration with the best providers for our training courses and Qlucore is both a powerful and easy to use next-generation bioinformatics tool” said Kristina Lind, coordinator of TATAA Biocenter´s hands-on training program.

Ellen Hanson, head of TATAA Biocenter´s NGS services said: "Our clients request professional support with the entire NGS workflow from sample preparation, quality control, library preparation, sequencing and data analysis. With Qlucore Omics Explorer we provide our clients access to the most powerful analyses methods and offer comprehensive data and statistical analyses based on the latest validated approaches."

Carl-Johan Ivarsson, Qlucore President commented, “We are delighted to announce this partnership with TATAA Biocenter which will expand the reach and open up new opportunities for Qlucore Omics Explorer.” Qlucore Omics Explorer is unique in that it allows the actual researcher to study their own data and to look for patterns and structures, without the need to be an expert in computers or statistics.

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