NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has expanded a license agreement with Golden Helix for the company’s genetic association software platforms for use in whole-genome association studies, the company said today.
The CDC will use the Golden Helix SNP and Variation Suite, including the HelixTree software for population-based studies, the PBAT software for family-based studies, and the CNAM copy number association tool.

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