July 12, 2016
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InHelix is software for annotating, visualizing and reporting CNVs obtained from NGS, with a focus on rare disease diagnostics. With its unique features such as live filtering, intelligent CNV prioritization and integration of phenotype data, InHelix provides a new, efficient and user-friendly solution for CNV analysis.


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