Golden Helix Rolls out SVS Software Upgrade to Serve Array, Sequencing Users | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

Golden Helix last week launched a sequence-analysis module for its flagship SNP & Variation Suite software.

While the firm's customers will be able to use the module to conduct tertiary analysis of next-generation DNA sequencing data, the tool could also benefit array users, particularly those using high-density chips in association studies, according to the firm.

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