Golden Helix, a 10-year-old Bozeman, Mt.-based bioinformatics firm, will later this month debut the latest version of its software for SNP and copy-number analysis, according to a company official.

CEO Christophe Lambert said recently that the new package, called SNP & Variation Suite 7, was designed to overcome constraints of its predecessor software package, SVS version 6. Golden Helix launched its first analysis tool, called HelixTree, for association studies, in 1998.

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