Downloads and Upgrades: CLC Cancer Research Workbench, GenePool Reference, SureCall 2.0, and more | GenomeWeb

Qiagen said this week that it plans to launch the CLC Cancer Research Workbench, a customizable bioinformatics solution that will offer flexible, cancer-specific analysis workflows in April 2014.

The solution would provide scientists and clinicians with tools to identify prognostic markers and subclonal somatic mutations, detect inherited traits, find biomarkers for drug response, and determine new oncogenes.

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