Genome Life Sciences

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Genome Life Sciences (GLS) is a DSIR-recognized Genomics & Biomarker discovery company and a prominent provider of start-to-finish Next-Generation Sequencing and data analysis services, custom database development, contract research and bioinformatics consulting. The company provides life science databases of unique content developed with data mining algorithms along with their interactive and dynamic user interfaces. GLS helps customers worldwide meet the bioinformatics challenges with its powerful tools and technologies. Our clients include academia, federal and private industries from USA and Europe.

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