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Medical Genomics

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    The biologist’s tool for finding a needle in a haystack

    CLC bio’s platform to identify interesting de novo and accumulative variants in the whole genome sequence of family trios

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    Identification and comparison of BRCA1 and BRCA2 variants

    Increasing usage of next generation sequencing (NGS) to identify DNA variants specific for certain diseases is an important step towards personalized diagnostics and targeted therapeutics.

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    Streamlined, low level detection of variants in deep, NGS data from amplicons from cancer samples

    Research, diagnostics, and clinical labs apply next generation sequencing to identify disease linked DNA variants.

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Plant & Animal Genomics

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    Optimized solutions for accelerating de novo assembly

    Sequencing technologies are in continuous development with new technologies emerging, improvements in the sequencing quality and rapidly increasing amounts of sequencing data.

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    Using NGS data to facilitate plant breeding

    CLC bio and Aalborg University are partners in the DSF-funded project “MAShed Potato: Moving potato breeding into the post genome era (MASPot)”.

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    Optimized solutions for accelerating de novo assembly and read mapping

    Sequencing technologies are in continuous development with new technologies emerging, improvements in sequencing quality, and rapidly increasing amounts of sequencing data.

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    Small RNA expression profiles during determinate primary root growth in cardon Pachycereus pringlei (cactaceae)

    We sequenced and analyzed small RNA populations from the primary root tips of P. pringlei.

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    Workflow to compare variants between genomes

    Next Generation Sequencing is quickly becoming the tool of choice to identify new breeding markers in agriculture. However, data analysis is still a bottleneck because only few software tools are specialized for the analysis of agricultural data.

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