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MiLaboratories Introduces Platforma Bio: A Revolutionary UI-First Computational Biology Platform powered by AI

MiLaboratories, a leader in developing best-in-class software for immunological data analysis, proudly announces the official launch of Platforma.bio. This groundbreaking computational biology platfor...

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SAN FRANCISCO: MiLaboratories, a leader in developing best-in-class software for immunological data analysis, proudly announces the official launch of Platforma.bio. This groundbreaking computational biology platform, powered by AI large language models, is designed to significantly streamline, and simplify biological analysis, making it more accessible to researchers across various disciplines.

Stan Poslavsky, CEO of MiLaboratories, emphasizes, "At MiLaboratories, our focus is on creating sophisticated yet user-friendly tools that facilitate the analysis of next generation sequencing data. Platforma.bio represents a major leap forward in achieving this goal, offering a UI-first approach that transforms complex processes into manageable, easy-to-combine blocks."

Platforma.bio stands out in the computational biology field with its unique, patent-pending engine that effectively identifies and eliminates redundant computations. This innovation not only promotes iterative workflows but also ensures the flexible offloading of computations to remote clusters, clouds, or powerful servers, optimizing both computational and storage resources.

Key features and benefits of Platforma.bio include:

  • An intuitive interface with macroscopic blocks that embed multistep analysis pipelines, allowing for high-level customization
  • Comprehensive groundwork towards AI-driven solutions to assist researchers in navigating complex data analyses
  • Efficient iterative analysis capabilities, reducing unnecessary computational expenditure
  • Flexible deployment across diverse computational environments
  • Advanced features such as online deduplication and cached results recovery
  • Initial analysis blocks for T-cell and antibody analysis, with numerous additional blocks covering multiple NGS data analysis fields currently in the pipeline

MiLaboratories has established partnerships with industry leaders such as Illumina, further strengthening its position in the computational biology market. These collaborations underscore MiLaboratories' commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions to the research community.

Platforma.bio is available for free to academic and non-profit organizations. Comprehensive customer support, including extended options, is readily accessible to ensure users can fully leverage the platform's capabilities.

To introduce Platforma.bio to the research community, MiLaboratories will host a detailed webinar showcasing its features and practical applications. Interested parties are encouraged to visit https://platforma.bio for further information and to register for the event.

About MiLaboratories: MiLaboratories is at the forefront of developing state-of-the-art software solutions for immunological data analysis. The company is dedicated to enhancing the capabilities of researchers and clinicians by providing advanced, user-friendly tools designed to streamline complex biological data analysis processes.

Fonte: Business Wire

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