Category Archives: Customer success

Recent Customer Publications

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Several of our customers have published recently using our SVS software, and I wanted to share their work with you. Congrats to all! Here are some of the highlights: Francesca Fernandez of the University of Wollongong along with colleagues published Effects of common GRM5 genetic variants on cognition, hippocampal volume and mGluR5 protein levels in schizophrenia in Brain Imaging and Behavior… Read more »

Recent Customer Success

      Delaina Hawkins    April 4, 2017    No Comments on Recent Customer Success
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We are kicking off the second quarter with a round of recent customer publications. There are a few new faces represented below, and we are delighted to share their success with you. We hope you find their research as interesting as we do! Peter Harris of Mayo Clinic and colleagues published PKD2-Related Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease: Prevalence, Clinical Presentation,… Read more »

Recent Customer Publications

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It’s always exciting to read the latest articles our clients have published, and this month there are some unique topics. Learn more about the genomics of raccoon dogs and cattle tissue infection in some of the articles highlighted below! Holly Neibergs of Washington State University and colleagues published Identification of loci associated with susceptibility to Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (Map)… Read more »

Recent Customer Success

      Delaina Hawkins    January 31, 2017    No Comments on Recent Customer Success
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Just as we expected, 2017 has kicked off with a flurry of new publications by our customers. We even had a publication from a client using our VarSeq software! Congratulations to all, please take a look at some of the articles we have highlighted below: Reza Sailani of Stanford University and colleagues published Association of AHSG with alopecia and mental retardation… Read more »

Fighting Childhood Leukemia at St. Justine

Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is the most frequently diagnosed cancer in children and one of the leading causes of death due to disease in children. Dr. Daniel Sinnett, along with Pascal St-Onge and their colleagues at Sainte-Justine University Health center have been investigating the molecular determinants of the disease to improve detection, diagnosis and treatment. One particular area of study… Read more »