Category Archives: News, events, & announcements

Yes, GenomeBrowse is completely free

Last week I had the opportunity to attend my first ever ASHG conference in San Francisco. What an experience! It was a blast. And I especially appreciated being able to show off our new genome browser (GenomeBrowse) to researchers who have or were about to get their DNA-Seq and RNA-Seq BAM files. But what I heard over and over again… Read more »

Golden Helix Leaves Its Fingerprint on the Cure with EA at ASHG

Golden Helix is proud to announce our participation in EA’s 2012 “Leave Your Fingerprint on the Cure.” This event will be taking place at ASHG 2012 in San Francisco at the Moscone Center on November 7th. The fifth annual “Leave Your Fingerprint on the Cure” was designed by EA to help raise money for researchers in their efforts to discover… Read more »

Upcoming Webcast – Reproducing a DNA-Seq Discovery: Finding the Causal Variant of a Novel X-Linked Disorder

Date: Wednesday, October 24th, 12:00 pm EDT | 4:00 pm UTC Presenter: Gabe Rudy, VP of Product Development Abstract Next-generation sequencing of DNA has shown to be a successful tool to discover causal variants of rare, highly penetrant mendelian diseases. In this webinar, we will analyze clinical samples to demonstrate the bioinformatic workflows and visualization techniques used to reproduce the… Read more »

GenomeBrowse is here!

      Delaina Hawkins    September 13, 2012    No Comments on GenomeBrowse is here!

Golden Helix announced it would offer a complimentary genome browser for visualizing DNA and RNA-Seq data back in October of 2011; however no release date was disclosed at that time. Well, after much blood, sweat, and tears, we are VERY excited to announce that GenomeBrowseTM is here! GenomeBrowse raises the bar on the on the experience of exploring and finding… Read more »

Introducing GenomeBrowse: A revolutionary visual experience for genomic data

As first announced in October 2011 and previewed in a blog post last month, Golden Helix has been hard at work for the last year developing a free genome browser called GenomeBrowseTM. We are now beyond excited to announce that GenomeBrowse will be available to the public on September 12th on our website. (Did we mention it’s free?) GenomeBrowse raises… Read more »