Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is a fast-growing field, generating substantial gigabytes of genomic data each year. This data is used to examine precise differences in DNA and target underlying causes of disease, with the aim of developing new diagnostics and treatments. Researchers face rising demands to produce, interpret, and store these ever-growing amounts of data for which strict security, privacy, and regulatory standards and requirements must be met.
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