VCGS signs up to use GenoVic in the clinic

A shared clinical system for genomics developed by the Melbourne Genomic Health Alliance is now available for use in clinical testing, with the alliance announcing that the Victorian Clinical Genetics Services (VCGS) will be the first lab to use the system as its primary tool for genomic interpretation.

GenoVic uses the cloud-based genome informatics platform DNAnexus along with Agilent Technology's Alissa Interpret software for clinical genetics and molecular pathology. It is run by an in-house genomic orchestration service and uses Amazon's Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) to store genomic data for clinical and research purposes.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: GenoVic

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