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NGS-based Clinical Testing (Part II)

ngs-based clinical testing

We have come a long way since next-generation sequencing (NGS) evolved as a set of technologies in the 1970s. The higher throughput and rapid reduction of costs associated with NGS have lead to the accelerated adoption of clinical testing that we are experiencing today. Currently, it is applied to analyze inherited diseases, tumors, hematologic malignancies and infectious diseases. It is also… Read more »

NGS-based Clinical Testing (Part I)

NGS Testing

The adoption of genetic services is key to our ability to provide personalized medicine in the future. The goal is to better diagnose diseases, predict their outcome, and choose the best possible care option for a patient. We still have a long way to go to achieve this goal. While there is agreement about the ultimate goal, there is still… Read more »

Launch of our Golden Helix eCommerce Store

Golden Helix eCommerce

Today, we launched our Golden Helix eCommerce Store. With this capability we respond to our customers requesting a simplified way to conduct business with us. Here is the background on this latest development. As we continue to grow in the genomics space, the needs of our clients fall really into two categories. On one hand, there are clients who want convenient access… Read more »

Golden Helix reached the 1,000 citations mark!

Customer success is very important to us at Golden Helix. Every month we showcase their success by putting together a blog post highlighting the most recent publications. We have been compiling this list since 2003 (you can find the full list here). Today, I am very honored to announce that the Golden Helix software has assisted in one thousand publications. We have enjoyed… Read more »

Cancer E-Book – 2nd Edition

Cancer e-book 2nd Edition In 1914, the German cytologist Theodor Boveri coined the phrase “Cancer is a disease of the genome”. At this time, his ideas were as equally revolutionary as they were highly contested. Fast forward. More than a hundred years later, Next-Generation Sequencing effectively permits a highly sensitive analysis of cancer cells. It can help us to understand… Read more »