Strand Seeks Beta Testers for Version 1.0 of its Next-Gen Sequencing Software | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

When it comes to recruiting beta testers for Strand Life Science’s upcoming next-generation sequence analysis software, Thon de Boer, director of software product management for Strand, says, “the more, the merrier.”

Strand, based in India and the US, recently issued a call for researchers to beta test its newest software offering and provide feedback, which will be integrated into Avadis NGS 1.0, scheduled for release later this year.

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