Broad Team Gives GATK a Facelift, Plans New Licensing Structure for Commercial Users | GenomeWeb

Developers of the Broad Institute’s Genome Analysis Toolkit have launched a beta release of the newest version of the software package and are inviting users to put GATK 2.0 through its paces ahead of a full launch later this year.

The beta release is free for academic use but commercial groups will have to request an evaluation license, Mark DePristo, who leads the genome sequencing and analysis group in the Broad’s Medical and Population Genetics program, told BioInform this week.

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