Recent Customer Publications

      Cheryl Rogers    January 28, 2016    No Comments on Recent Customer Publications
Customer Publications

Hope everyone’s new year is off to a great start! Golden Helix has been having wonderful start and have so much to look forward throughout the year. We wanted to share with you the list of our first round of customer publications for 2016, enjoy! Petra Werner of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and colleagues published MESP1 Mutations in Patients with Congenital… Read more »

GWAS Example Project Updated for SVS Viewer

SVS 8

With the release of our updated GWAS E-book, we have recently updated the GWAS example project (SNP Genome-Wide Association Tutorial – Complete). This updated project includes more details about how spreadsheets were generated, how to generate plots and which images were used for the GWAS E-book. This information can be found in the User Notes view in the project navigator and… Read more »

Announcing VSWarehouse – Golden Helix’s Data Warehouse Solution for genomic data

VSWarehouse

So, why do we launch a new data warehouse product? Why did we build VSWarehouse? According to Grand View Market Research, the next generation sequencing (NGS) market size was $2.0 billion (USD) globally in 2014. This number is expected to grow from 2015 to 2022 at an annual rate of about 40%. What drives this phenomenon is the increasing number… Read more »

Empowering Biologists to Perform Complex Analysis

Golden Helix was named one of the Top 10 Analytics Solutions Providers for 2016 by Pharma Tech Outlook! We are very excited to be honored in this month’s issue of Pharma Tech Outlook as one of 2016’s top ten Analytics Solutions Providers. Read the interview with our CEO, Andreas Scherer here: Empowering Biologists to Perform Complex Analyis We want to… Read more »

HGMD: Now Just a Click Away

      Gabe Rudy    January 13, 2016    No Comments on HGMD: Now Just a Click Away

HGMD: Now Just a Click Away If you need to evaluate candidate variants for germline disorders and judge their relevance to the phenotype of a patient, there is a good chance you look them up in the Human Gene Mutation Database (HGMD). In some ways, this was a surprise to me. As a clinical resource, ClinVar provides fantastically up to… Read more »