CLC Genomics Workbench 2.0, Pantheon, GCK 3.0, BoostServe Extreme, Sapphire LIMS | GenomeWeb
CLC Bio has released CLC Genomics Workbench 2.0. New features include an “extremely fast” algorithm for the assembly of short reads; lower memory requirements that allow users to perform reference assembly against all human chromosomes on a standard computer; masking of genomic regions such as repeat or coding regions to lower the genomic complexity and facilitate the fast mapping of CHiP-seq data or exon captured data; and the ability to combine data across platforms and experimental protocols, such as single-read and paired-end data.

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