Empowering data collaboration in genomics for the benefit of human health
GENXT implements Confidential Computing technologies for secure and privacy-preserving multi-party analytics of genomic and clinical data.
Confidential Computing is the protection of data-in-use by performing computations in a hardware-based Trusted Execution Environment.
Cross-Database DNA Relatives Matching Service
GENXT has developed the Confidential Cross-Database DNA Relatives Matching service for personal genomics companies that allows them to conduct a search among one another in a peer-to-peer way and find cousins for their customers without any genomic data disclosure. Learn more on Medium.
GRAPE is an end-to-end open-source software that is accurate in detecting close and distant DNA relatives and is ready for production use. The project is licensed under GPLv3, and has been presented at Bioinformatics Open-Source Conference 2021/2022 (BOSC).
GRAPE — an open-source Genomic Relatedness Detection Pipeline
GRAPE is an end-to-end open-source Genomic RelAtedness detection PipelinE that can be freely used for both scientific and commercial purposes (GitHub, Paper).
GRAPE is accurate for close and distant relatives and is ready for production use.
Learn more on Medium
Confidential Computing approach for secure-by-design data collaboration in genomics
Data collaboration has a disruptive potential to advance personal genomics, both from the scientific and business perspectives.
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