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The M and U in MUS stand for Maintenance and Upgrades: If your licenses are covered by the MUS program, you will be able to install and run the latest...
CLC Genomics Workbench 7.0 has just been released in beta and the new version comes with an impressive list of new features and improvements.
"The XSQ file format support in CLC streamlines one of the big bottlenecks that we've had in the analysis of data and the transfer of data from one...
Sequence Comparative Analysis using Networks (SCAN) is a software developed for evaluating de novo transcript assemblies build on next generation...
Join in and get interesting insights from the University of California Berkeley and the Queen Mary University of London and learn about some of the world...
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Participate in the 2013 NGS survey
While the acronym behind the “CLC” part of CLC bio, a QIAGEN Company, remains a secret with the founding brothers of CLC bio, it has been suggested...
In October, together with Intel, we visited cities across the U.S. and hosted six User Group Meetings
Watch the recorded webinar: Introduction to CLC Genomics Workbench 6.5 online
Senior Scientist Kristian Almstrup, Department of Growth and Reproduction at Rigshospitalet, tells about some of the recent findings in pubertal onset...
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