ABiL delivers applied bioinformatics and programming workforce development courses

ABiL helps public health laboratories implement cutting-edge technologies through bioinformatics solutions to answer public health questions of prime importance

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Atlanta, August 13, 2018 – Today almost all life scientists need additional bioinformatics resources to maximize the benefits of the ‘-omics’ revolution. IHRC, Inc.’s Applied Bioinformatics Laboratory (ABiL) is meeting this need with a wide array of tools ranging from hours long courses on graphical presentation of data to days-weeks-months long trainings on genome assembly, comparison, database construction, etc. and other ‘-omics’ applications.

ABiL develops ultrafast genomic algorithm, exceeds $2 million in revenue

Public - private partnership advances genomics and delivers enhancements in diagnosis of cancer and genetic diseases

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Atlanta, February 13, 2018 – The Applied Bioinformatics Laboratory (ABiL) has developed STing, a novel computational algorithm for rapid and accurate genomic profiling.  This algorithm is orders of magnitude faster than contemporary methods for genome analysis.  This increased speed will bring improvements in the diagnosis of cancer, genetic diseases, and antibiotic resistant infections, stimulating the development of genomic approaches to healthcare. 

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CMMI Dev Level 3 Appraisal Mark

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