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DNAStar has released Lasergene 10, the latest version of its sequence analysis and assembly software.

Bioo Scientific has updated its Nextflex ChIP-seq kit, to include an optional gel-free, bead-based protocol that reduces sample-prep time by two hours and allows for complete automation of the library prep, according to the company.

Pacific Biosciences said this week that customers of its Single Molecule Real Time sequencer now have access to a number of informatics analysis options and laboratory information management systems through its partner program. These include:

DNAStar said this week that Wageningen University and Research Centers has signed a site license agreement for the company's Lasergene software.
The financial terms of the licensing arrangement were not disclosed.

DNAStar said this week that the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, or ETH, Zurich has selected its Lasergene software for sequence analysis.
The financial terms of the license agreement were not disclosed.

DNAStar has added Monash University to its roster of customers for its Lasergene software.

By Uduak Grace Thomas
Over the last year, sequencing vendors have paid more than a passing interest to the genomic data analysis market and are taking tentative steps to etch a place for themselves in the space.

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Integromics has launched the second version of its SeqSolve software for analyzing next-generation sequencing data.

SoftGenetics has added a new capability to its NextGENe software that generates a list of possible causative mutation candidates when used with the tool's existing filtering capabilities.

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Nebula Genomics will be auctioning George Church's genome as a nonfungible token, according to The Scientist.

Anthony Gregg, the outgoing president of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics, has resigned after using racially insensitive language. 

Facebook has developed an artificial intelligence approach to predict how drugs interact in cells, New Scientist reports.

In PNAS this week: adaptations among high-altitude Mycobacterium tuberculosis, response of multiple myeloma cells to chemotherapy-induced stress, and more.