Partek Preps RNA-seq Workflow for Genomics Suite as Demand for New Tools Grows | GenomeWeb

By Bernadette Toner

Within the next week, Partek plans to add new capability to its Genomics Suite to analyze RNA sequence data generated from second-generation sequencers.

The firm will join a growing number of bioinformatics software companies, including CLC Bio, Geospiza, SoftGenetics, and DNAStar, who have already added RNA-seq analysis tools to their offerings to help address growing demand for this capability.

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