VarSeq Stable 2.1.0 Release Notes

      Gabe Rudy    October 31, 2018    No Comments on VarSeq Stable 2.1.0 Release Notes
VSClinical algorithm

VarSeq Stable 2.1.0 is Ready for Clinical Validation, See it in Action Next Week This week we are happy to see the general availability of VarSeq 2.1, the culmination of the last five months of work since we launched VSClinical. We have been blown away by the adoption of VSClinical, outpacing any previous product launch in terms of the pace… Read more »

We’re Headed to AMP 2018!

      Shanna Finley    October 30, 2018    No Comments on We’re Headed to AMP 2018!

We’ve packed our bags and we’re off to The Lone Star State to take part in the Association for Molecular Pathology Annual Meeting and Expo (AMP 2018)! As first-time attendees, we’re looking forward to integrating ourselves in the AMP community and showcasing our clinical stack, including VSClinical released earlier this year. Come on over and introduce yourself, you’ll find us… Read more »

Annotating and Cataloging CNVs in Varseq – Webcast Q&A

We love when our viewers send questions in during the webcast but unfortunately we can’t answer all of them during the time allotted!  If you asked a question see below for answers, or if after viewing, you have any questions that weren’t asked, please feel free to send those over to support@goldenhelix.com. Does this work for FFPE derived DNA or ctDNA?… Read more »

Golden Helix Featured in Various Publications

Following a wonderful September with our 20th Anniversary and being awarded an NIH-SBIR Phase 2 Grant, October has been nothing short of exciting for us here at Golden Helix. We know that none of our success could happen without the continuous support all of you show us – so thank you to everyone who is a part of this awesome… Read more »

Accessing your VSWarehouse Browser

VSWarehouse Updates

In the first two parts of this blog, we presented examples of how to leverage Warehouse-stored VSClinical and CNV assessment catalogs in the VarSeq project. Now we are going to explore the Warehouse interface a bit more and show how to query on stored variant data. To access Warehouse from VarSeq, click the V Connect icon located in the top… Read more »