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Second-Place Abstract Competition Winner

I hope you were able to join us for last week’s webcast where we invited first-place abstract competition winner Michael Iacocca to present on his submission “Using NGS to detect CNVs in familial hypercholesterolemia”. Today, I’d like to announce our second-place winner, Nicole Weaver, Clinical Geneticist at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Nicole adopted VarSeq into her research pipeline in 2015 and… Read more »

Using NGS to detect CNVs in familial hypercholesterolemia Q&A

First-place Abstract Competition Winner, Michael Iacocca, shared his research with the Golden Helix Community during our February webcast ‘Using NGS to detect CNVs in familial hypercholesterolemia‘. In this webcast, he gave a great explanation on how our CNV caller aided his team in their research. If you were unable to join us for the event, you can find a recording… Read more »

How We Curate OMIM: It’s Not as Easy as You Think

Relating human phenotypes to genotypes is the name of the game with OMIM, and as their website says, “is intended for use primarily by physicians and other professionals concerned with genetic disorders, by genetics researchers, and by advanced students in science and medicine.” The Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (or OMIM) was originally created by Dr. Victor A. McKusick in… Read more »

Our top eBooks for genomics enthusiasts

genomics ebooks

Our eBook series is made-up of short reads that cover a range of genomic industry topics. From simple bioinformatic concepts to the detailed structure of a genetic data warehouse, we have committed ourselves to provide the community with premium educational resources – at no cost! The series is constantly changing with revisions and new additions, but we’ve found our top… Read more »

Cited in 1,200+ Publications

      Delaina Hawkins    February 1, 2018    No Comments on Cited in 1,200+ Publications
1,200+ publications

Golden Helix is fueled by our customers’ success; every product, every feature, every line of code is created to aid our users and their quest for discovery in the scientific community. As of today, our products have assisted users with 1,200+ publications. A process we know to be long, difficult and incredibly rewarding, it’s an absolute pleasure to be cited… Read more »