Computational resources for NGS research
Dr. M. Michael Barmada, Associate Professor at Center for Computational Genetics, University of Pittsburgh, tells about how the hot topic of the times now - genetics - has challenged the computational resources across the University.
Everybody has got a different focus - some are doing DNA-sequencing, some RNA-sequencing, some ChiP-seq, some methylation studies, and everybody wants to use the latest hottest technologies.
- CLC Genomics Workbench
- CLC Main Workbench
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