Tag Archives: Golden Helix

On our way to PAG 2018

      Delaina Hawkins    January 2, 2018    No Comments on On our way to PAG 2018

There’s nothing better than starting the New Year off with a great genetics conference in San Diego, CA… We’re looking forward to seeing you all at the Plant & Animal Genome Conference XXVI (PAG 2018)! This year the Golden Helix Team will be represented by Field Application Scientist, Darby Kammeraad, and myself, Content Marketing Manager, Delaina Hawkins. Make sure to… Read more »

The Clinical Utility of the 1000 Genomes Variant Frequencies

We have a lot to thank the 1000 Genomes project for in the genomics community. By the collaborate efforts of many researchers and organizations, the project produced not only the first catalog of rare human variation but in the process standardized many things we take for granted, such as the VCF and BAM file formats. The variant frequencies of the… Read more »

Genomic Prediction Methods in SVS Q&A

VS-CNV Annotations

Yesterday’s webcast, Genomic Prediction Methods in SVS, gave attendees a chance to see how the principles of genomic prediction are applied within SVS, predicting phenotypes for both plant and animal species. You can find a recording of the webcast on our site here should you be interested in checking it out or sharing with a colleague! The webcast garnered a… Read more »

Top biotech solution providers of 2017

It is a great honor for us to be recognized as one of the “Top 25 Biotechnology Solution Providers of 2017” by CIO Applications. You can find my interview with the editor here. We are incredibly thankful for the hundreds of organizations and thousands of users globally trusting our brand! Thank you for your support.

New and Updated Annotations

      Cody Sarrazin    December 7, 2017    No Comments on New and Updated Annotations
Genotype Imputation

Golden Helix is excited to announce a new round of novel and updated annotations; including a frequency track, a region track, and a gene track. All three of these tracks were created with the use of VarSeq and its Convert Wizard functionality. First, the expansive 1000 genomes track (1kG) has been updated to include sub-population allele frequencies and heterozygous and… Read more »