Quintiles taps Google partner Tute Genomics for R&D

Quintiles ($Q), the world's largest CRO, has reached out to startup Tute Genomics for access to its database of 8.5 billion annotations of genetic variants. As MedCity News reports, the Utah company is continuing to grow its profile, following a successful Series A with a partnership with Google Genomics in which the tech giant will apply some of its Big Data heft to Tute's repository. More

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