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Adaptive Biotechnologies, Microsoft partner to decode Covid-19 immune response, provide open data access

Monday 23 March 2020 | 10:48 CET | News
Adaptive Biotechnologies and Microsoft expanded their partnership to decode Covid-19 immune response and provide open data about a relevant immune response signature via an open data access portal. Adaptive will leverage its existing partnership mapping population-wide adaptive immune responses to diseases at scale to study Covid-19. Data about the relevant immune response signature will be made freely available to any researcher, public health official or organisation around the world via an open data access portal.

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