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SoftGenetics has updated its NextGENe software for second-generation sequence analysis.

The new version is able to merge short paired-end reads from the Illumina Genome Analyzer and Life Technologies SOLiD platforms into contiguous reads of up to 300 or more base pairs with approximately 99 percent of the accuracy of Sanger sequencing, the company said.

The software also offers improved mapping via the DualRef system, which uses both normal and mutated references in the alignment process.

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