Tute Genomics made their public debut last week at the 2013
Tute was co-founded by
Tute’s technology was developed upon the basis of Dr. Wang’s expertise in human genome annotation and disease gene finding. Recognizing the need for an application that can streamline the analysis process, Tute created a secure, cloud-based pipeline inclusive of over 60 different annotations to provide a thorough and rapid analysis of whole genomes and exomes, resulting in substantial time savings, and more thorough and accurate information for anyone who interacts with genomic data. The goal: interpret data faster for clinically relevant findings in an effort to make “precision medicine” a reality.
The timing of Tute’s launch couldn’t be better. The cost of genome sequencing is dropping rapidly and we are in the middle of a genomics revolution that is poised to transform medicine. Tute Genomics is opening a new door for personalized medicine with cloud-based software that allows researchers & healthcare organizations to analyze entire human genomes for health and biomedical discovery. There is an urgent need for tools to analyze the massive influx of “big genomic data” that is resulting from increased use of next-generation sequencing in healthcare and in research labs not only nationwide, but around the globe.
About Tute Genomics:
Tute Genomics is a web-based clinical genome interpretation engine that is robust, professional grade, lives in the cloud, and has the ability to analyze and annotate personal genomes in a rapid and cost-effective way. Whole genome sequencing is transforming research & medicine. Researchers and laboratories are getting flooded with high-throughput genetics data sets, but the ability to infer biological insights and guide decision making lag behind significantly. There is an urgent need for tools to analyze genetic variants from personal genomes in research and in clinical settings. Tute Genomics is solving this problem with a web-based clinical genome interpretation engine. To learn more about Tute Genomics, please visit http://www.tutegenomics.com.
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