CLC Bio

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We provide integrated bioinformatics solutions including sequence analysis software, high-performance computing, consulting, and education to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, as well as hospitals and universities all over the world. We hereby facilitate research into genetically determined diseases, drug development, molecular diagnostics, agricultural research, and more. Our bioinformatics solutions are designed and built to leverage the latest technological innovations,...

Targeted Human Genome Resequencing

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Targeted Human Genome Resequencing presented by Hanlee Ji, Stanford University Medical Center

Welcome to Next-Generation Sequencing 2008 Conference

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Calit2's Center for Algorithmic and Systems Biology (CASB) recently hosted the UC San Diego Next-Generation Sequencing and Informatics Symposium. The Nov. 9-10 meeting provided an introduction to next-generation sequencing techniques, along with reports on the latest data analysis algorithms and tools. The first day focused on resequencing and de novo sequencing, and the algorithmic developments that are driving the increase in data quality and volume in this field. On day two, the focus...

Human Re-sequencing for Variant Discovery in Cancer

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Human Re-sequencing for Variant Discovery in Cancer

Genome Quest

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Genomics research holds the possibility for transforming personalized medicine, consumer industries and the environment. However, in order to make decisions organizations must integrate and provide a single view of silos of genomic data. Past approaches have relied on database technology and have not succeeded due to maintenance costs, poor user interfaces, lack of scalability, or inability to change. Our mission is to use search, not database technology to cost-effectively deliver relevant...

Genomic association study (CHIP-Seq) of Liver X receptors beta in combination with gene expression analysis

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Genomic association study (CHIP-Seq) of Liver X receptors beta in combination with gene expression analysis presented by Lana Garmire, Bioengineering, UC San Diego