Tag Archives: SVS

Our End of Year Bundles Are Back!

In case you haven’t heard the big news … our end of year bundles are back by popular demand! There’s a little something for everyone so if you’ve had your eye on one of our products now is the time to buy! SVS Single-User License – $2,995 Wouldn’t it be great to be able to easily perform complex analyses and visualizations on… Read more »

Customer Publications From Around the Globe

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It’s fascinating to hear the various ways our products are being used by customers all around the world. This month we’re featuring publications citing VarSeq, SVS and HelixTree which cover studies from Schizophrenia, Multiple Sclerosis and more. We hope you enjoy! Exome sequencing in schizophrenic patients with high levels of homozygosity identifies novel and extremely rare mutations in the GABA/glutamatergic pathways This… Read more »

GWAS Workflows with SVS webcast Q & A

VS-CNV Annotations

In case you missed our live event yesterday, I wanted to share a link to the webcast recording: New Enhancements: GWAS Workflows with SVS. There were several questions asked, so we’ve also shared the Q & A session below! Question: Are these enhancements priced as a separate feature?  Answer: No, SVS is a constantly evolving platform, so everything you see in this webcast is… Read more »

Webcast: New Enhancements – GWAS Workflows With SVS

genetic variants

We are dedicating our August webcast to explain the latest and greatest enhancements with GWAS workflows in SVS. Below you can find further details and registration information. We hope you can attend! Wednesday, August 9th, 2017 12:00 PM EST In this webcast, we will focus on the recent improvements to our research product SNP & Variation Suite. Over the past… Read more »

Understanding Your GWAS Signal with LD Scores

Genome-Wide Association Studies

When studying complex diseases that may have multi-genic contributions from across the genome, it is not uncommon to see what may appear like elevated correlation between your trait or other test variable and the SNPs across the genome. The problem is at first glance you won’t be able to tell if this is due to a population structure in your… Read more »