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New Products: Eureka Genomics' Low Density Marker Assay Service; Cufflinks v 2.0.0

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Eureka Genomics has launched its low density marker assay service to detect hundreds of variants from thousands of samples using a single lane of an Illumina sequencer. The service is designed to address the gap between traditional array technologies and multiplex PCR and can be used to validate putative markers from genome-wide association studies and to detect SNPs, copy number variations, and methylation status.


Cufflinks version 2.0.0 is now available here. The new release improves the accuracy and robustness of differential analysis with Cuffdiff and also resolves several user-reported issues and bugs.

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