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Sequence Bio is a data-&-analytics company that enables modern drug discovery and improved patient care. The company's platform integrates rich, real-world genomic & phenotypic data from a unique patient population with big data analytics to enable data-driven therapeutic discovery & development.
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20n
http://www.20n.com
20n uses algorithms to engineer microbes. Specifically, the algorithms engineer microbes to make chemicals. Like yeast produces alcohol during beer brewing, our engineered microbes will produce chemicals with therapeutic health and industrial biotech applications.
DiscoveryOrganismsSeed2/26/20150.120.12Y CombinatorBiotechnology
United States
CaliforniaSan Francisco
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Pattern Genomics
http://patterngenomics.com/
AI for infectious disease curing moleculesDiscoveryMolecules
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Notable Labs
http://notablelabs.com/
Reusing existing drug combinations for brain cancers
DiscoveryReuse
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Verge Genomics
http://www.vergegenomics.com/#main
Using genomics to discover neurological curesDiscoveryMolecules
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Cofactor GenomicsCofactor GenomicsDiesease diagnosticsDiscoveryDNA/RNA Seq
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Ginkgo Bioworks
http://ginkgobioworks.com/
Fragrances and their biofoundryDiscoveryOrganisms
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Deep Genomics
http://www.deepgenomics.com/tech
Genetic Variant DatabaseDataGenomic
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Atomwise
http://www.atomwise.com/
Deep learning for small moleculesDiscoveryMolecules
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Intellimedix
http://intellimedix.com/
(molecular profiles + drug disc + whatever)DiscoveryReuse
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Sequence Bio
http://www.sequencebio.co/#homepage
Precision Medicine + community management platform
Discovery/Clinical
Molecules
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Verge Genomics
http://www.vergegenomics.com
Verge Genomics mines data on existing drugs to predict which ones will work for specific diseases. One example is brain injury, where using the company's algorithms, Verge Genomics was able to find and patent 32 drugs. It also did some work on Alzheimer's disease and found a drug that provided an 80% improvement in a lab setting called "Compound X". Verge Genomics can patent these drugs and sell them to big pharmaceutical companies, giving it a natural business model.
HealthcareReuseSeed8/20/20150.120.12Y CombinatorDrug Discovery
United States
CaliforniaSan Francisco
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Bigfinite
http://www.bigfinite.com/
SaSS platform for knowledge management (Palantir for industrial/pharma data
Analysis/LabData
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Synbiotahttps://synbiota.com/AnalysisDesign
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Cyclicarx
http://www.cyclicarx.com/
AAnalysisGenomic
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Insilico Medicine
http://insilicomedicine.com/
ADiscoveryMolecules
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Iam Therapeutics
http://lamtherapeutics.com/
ADiscoveryMolecules
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Inform Genomics
http://www.informgenomics.com/
Genomic data analysis for cancerAnalysisGenomics
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GenePoc
http://www.genepoc-diagnostics.com/en/
POC system for Genomic Data (hardwareAnalysisGenomics
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Aquavit Pharma
http://aquavitpharma.com/
Personalized care thru AI and big dataDiscoveryMolecules
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Molcurehttp://molcure.com/Antibodies thru machine learningDiscoveryGenomics/Biologics
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Metabiota
http://www.metabiota.com/
Manage infectious disease thru data for govs and such
AnalysisPopulation
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IBM Watson Health
http://www.ibm.com/smarterplanet/us/en/ibmwatson/health/
Analysis-Omics
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Google DNA Analysis
https://cloud.google.com/genomics/v1beta2/reference/
Google Cloud to Analyze Genomic DataAnalysis-Omics
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Emerald Cloud Lab
http://emeraldcloudlab.com/
Cloud Lab (more fully featured)LabAutomation
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Transcriptic
https://www.transcriptic.com/
Cloud Lab, less protocols than Emerald Cloud LabLabAutomation
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TetraScience
http://www.tetrascience.com/
Connect your lab to the cloudLabAutomation
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Science Exchange
https://www.scienceexchange.com/
Uber for experimentsLabAutomation
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Arcturus BioCloud (indieBio)
https://www.arcturus.io/Microorganism Design/ManuDiscoveryOrganism
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Eurofins
http://www.eurofins.com/en.aspx
More traditional CROLabAutomation
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GenScript
http://www.genscript.com/
Assays on DemandLabAutomation
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assay depot
https://www.assaydepot.com/
Assays on demandLabAssays
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Thrive Bio
http://www.thrivebio.com/
Lab automation for cell culturesLabAutomation
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SolveBio
https://www.solvebio.com/
Platform to manage genetic variation and stuffDataGenomic
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iGEMs parts
http://parts.igem.org/Main_Page
Repositiory of parts for biological circuit designData/AnalysisCircuits
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Google Scholar
https://scholar.google.com/
LiteratureCollaborationLiterature
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Science Scapes
https://sciencescape.org/
Learn about other scientists workCollaborationLiterature
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Medline
https://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/pmresources.html
CollaborationLiterature
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FigSharehttps://figshare.com/Get Citations on your shitCollaborationLiterature
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UniProthttp://www.uniprot.org/Protein DatabaseDataProtein
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BioCychttp://biocyc.org/Pathway/Genome DBDataCircuits
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Research Gate
https://www.researchgate.net/
Discover/share research thru a social networkCollaborationLiterature
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BioXrivhttp://biorxiv.org/Bio preprint serverCollaborationLiterature
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F1000Research
http://f1000research.com/
Open-source lit publishingCollaborationLiterature
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SciCastshttps://scicasts.com/Interact/discuss with researchersCollaborationLiterature
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Lab7https://www.lab7.io/
Integrated lab management and visualization software
Lab
Management Software
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Folding at Home
https://folding.stanford.edu/
Protein Analysis at HomeAnalysisProtein
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Riffynhttp://riffyn.com/Lab/protocol/collaboration toolLab
Management Software
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Antha-Lang
http://www.antha-lang.org
High level lang to Make reusable protocols and experiments
CollaborationProtocol
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Protocols.io
https://www.protocols.io/
Discover and share protocolsCollaborationProtocol
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&Share
http://signup.andshare.co/
Resource managementLab ToolsFunding
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Sensorica
http://www.sensorica.co/
Share shitLab ToolsFunding
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Molecular Maxima
https://moleculamaxima.com/
IDE for BioCollaborationDesign Tools
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Genome Compiler
http://www.genomecompiler.com/
Design genetic circuits and order themCollaborationDesign Tools
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Benchling
http://www.genomecompiler.com/
Collaboration/design tools for lifescientistsCollaborationDesign Tools
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TeselaGen
https://www.teselagen.com/
Integrated design and order shit from themCollaborationDesign Tools
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Add Gene
https://www.addgene.org/
Plasmid repositoryData
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Desktop Genetics
https://www.deskgen.com/landing/
CRISPR Design toolsDesign Tools
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Life TechnologiesA
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Geneious
http://www.geneious.com/
Integrated Design ToolsDesign Tools
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Oxford Genetics
http://oxfordgenetics.com/
DNA Design ServiceDiscoveryGenomics
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GenoCADhttp://genocad.com/ACollaborationDesign Tools
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Cadnanohttp://cadnano.org/Design for 3D and 2D NanostructuresCollaborationDesign Tools
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Experiment.com(https://experiment.com/Crowdfunding for scienceLab ToolsFunding
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MedStartr
http://www.medstartr.com/
Healthcare and Bio related fundingLab ToolsFunding
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Kickstarter
https://www.kickstarter.com/
Yup, that KickstarterLab ToolsFunding
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USEEDhttp://useed.org/Crowdfunding for higher educationLab ToolsFunding
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PropelX
https://www.propelx.com/
AngelList for HardSciencesLab ToolsFunding
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MicroManager
https://www.micro-manager.org/
OpenSource Microscope SoftwareLab Tools
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CrowdFlower
http://www.crowdflower.com/
Image RecognitionLab ToolsAutomation
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VyCorporation
http://vycorporation.com/
A
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Glencoesoftware
http://glencoesoftware.com/ (Image)
Microscopy ReusabilityCollaborationProtocols
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OncoraMedical
http://oncoramedical.com/
Cancer Data Analysis to Improve OutcomesAnalysisOutcome
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Diacarta
http://www.diacarta.com/
Genetic analysisAnalysisOutcome
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Neviah Genomics
http://neviahgenomics.com/
Drug discovery toxicity screenAnalysisGenome
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NextGxDx
https://www.nextgxdx.com/ (Compare genetic tests)
Compare consumer genetic testsAnalysisConsumer
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LifeCode Health
http://lifecodehealth.com/
Cancer Analytics for individual patientsAnalysisConsumer
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GenePredictis
http://www.genepredictis.com/
Consumer Genome AnalyticsAnalysisConsumer
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uBiomehttp://ubiome.com/Microbiome AnalysisAnalysisConsumer
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Recombinehttps://recombine.com/Prenatal TestingAnalysisConsumer
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Episona
https://www.episona.com/
Male Family PlanningAnalysisConsumer
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Orig3n
http://www.orig3n.com/ (both)
Cell Profiles
Lab Automation
Protocols
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Genomonology
http://www.genomoncology.com/
A
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BGIhttp://www.genomics.cn/Sequencing, largest in worldAnalysisGenetic
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Genomenon
https://www.genomenon.com/
Automatic genetic variation analysis
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EMBL-EBIhttp://www.ebi.ac.uk/Bioinformatics data baseDataProtein
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NCBI
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/protein
Protein Data Bank Open SourceDataProtein
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PDBhttp://www.rcsb.org/Protein Data BankDataProtein
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Biobrickshttp://biobricks.org/Biological CircuitsDataCircuits
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HLIAData-Omics
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iCarbonXData-Omics
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23andMe
https://www.23andme.com/
Consumer Genetic TestingAnalysisConsumer
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MapMyGenome
http://mapmygenome.in/
Consumer Genetic TestingAnalysisConsumer
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Illumina
https://www.illumina.com/
Sequencing and analysisAnalysisGenetic
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Entopsishttp://entopsis.com/Diagnostics and data for metabolics and stuffA
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Enlitic
http://www.enlitic.com/
Machine Learning for Image RecAnalysis
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ACT Genomics
http://www.actgenomics.com
ACT Genomics has developed comprehensive cancer diagnostic tests, ACTDrug, ACTOnco. With the aim to implement next generation sequencing (NGS) and multiplex molecular testing platforms to analyze a variety of clinical specimens (i.e., formalin fixed paraffin-embedded tumor tissue, frozen tissue, circulating tumor cells, and purified DNA), the scientists and medical team can accurately detect tumor genomic alternations in more than 400 cancer-related genes, and transform the information into tailored cancer treatments. With advanced next generation sequencing (NGS) and multiplex molecular testing platform, coupling with proprietary bioinformatics engines for clinical reporting, ACT Genomics is capable of providing accurate genomic data and comprehensive interpretation to address key challenges in cancer treatment.
HealthcareSeries A2/13/201588Undisclosed InvestorsBiotechnologyTaiwanTaipei
886 2 2795 3
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Caribou Biosciences
http://cariboubio.com/
Caribou BiosciencesÊisÊaÊdeveloperÊofÊtechnology-based solutionsÊforcellular engineeringÊandÊanalysis basedÊonÊCRISPR-Cas9 biology. Caribou'stoolsÊandÊtechnologies provide transformative capabilitiesÊtoÊbasicÊandapplied biological research, therapeutic development, agricultural biotechnology, andÊindustrial biotechnology.
HealthcareSeries A1/1/201611.5511.55
5 Prime Ventures, Fidelity Biosciences, Mission Bay Capital and Novartis
Biotechnology
United States
californiaBerkeley
510-982-6030
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Color Genomics
http://www.getcolor.com
Color Genomics aims to democratize access to high-quality genetic information. Color provides a high-quality, physician-ordered, genetic test at a low cost. Included is support for physicians, as well as genetic counseling as part of every purchase. The company's goal is to expand physician-supported access to breast and ovarian cancer genetic risk information for every person, everywhere.
HealthcareSeries A4/21/20151515
Ann Mather, Chloe Sladden, Drew Houston, Formation 8, Jerry Yang, Julia Hartz, Katie Stanton, Khosla Ventures, Laurene Powell Jobs
Disease Diagnosis
United States
CaliforniaSan Francisco
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Sanguine Biosciences
http://sanguinebio.com
Personalized medicine is about creating treatments that are matched to yourgenetic data and health history. Instead of providing good medication , the futureof medicine will provide the right medication, for the right person, at the righttime. Sanguine allows YOU to directly accelerate research in this area. Ourrelationship with each patient is essential to our mission of accelerating biomarker and drug discovery so that we can provide data to researchers quicklyand efficiently.
HealthcareSeries A - II9/1/20155.53Funder's ClubDrug Discovery
United States
California
Sherman Oaks
3108936763
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