ArcherDx Archer Analysis

ArcherDx has released the new version of its Archer Analysis bioinformatics platform. The software supports automated sequence analysis and mutation detection from libraries created using Archer's FusionPlex RNA-based sequencing assays. The Analysis 3.2 product also supports analysis for libraries created from the firm's forthcoming Archer VariantPlex DNA sequencing assays. In addition, it provides mutation detection and reporting for somatic and germline mutations and copy number variations, along with gene fusions, SNPs, and indels.

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