Food ingredients firm Chr. Hansen has implemented bioinformatics suites from CLC Bio and Genostar as part of its in-house pipeline for analyzing next-generation sequence data.

In addition to internally developed software, the company is using several CLC Bio products, including CLC Genomics Server and CLC Genomics Workbench, to assemble its NGS data. The company is also using Genostar's Metabolic Pathway Builder and KoriBlast for "gene-oriented" analyses such as gene finding, gene annotation, comparative genomics, and metabolic mapping.

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