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Summer AMP Sale

      Golden Helix    August 19, 2019    No Comments on Summer AMP Sale

We are offering a limited number of AMP-focused, 15-month license packs all summer long! The individualized nature of tumors requires genomic testing for providing the best outcomes for patients. Next-Gen Sequencing enables the detection of small mutations, copy number changes, and common fusions affordably and with high precision. However, the interpretation of these detected variants is arduous without a comprehensive… Read more »

Limited-Time Offer for VSClinical’s Cancer Add-On

We are upgrading all VSClinical +Cancer Add-On purchases to a 15-months license! One license of VSClinical +AMP Guidelines – $17,995* Additional Users: $8,995* The individualized nature of tumors requires genomic testing for providing the best outcomes for patients. Next-Gen Sequencing enables the detection of small mutations, copy number changes, and common fusions affordably and with high precision. However, the interpretation… Read more »

Golden Helix Receives NIH-SBIR Phase 2 Grant 2R44 GM128485-02

Golden Helix, Inc. has announced themselves as the recipient of an NIH SBIR Grant 2R44GM128485-02 entitled “Automated and Guided Workflows for Clinical Testing Using NGS Assays.” “With the help of this grant, we will take the clinical automation of NGS data to the next level, focusing on germline diseases and cancer diagnostics,” states Andreas Scherer, Ph.D., President, and CEO of… Read more »

Webcast: An Exploration of Clinical Workflows in VarSeq

Our July webcast presentation will be focused on clinical workflows in VarSeq. We wanted to share the full details with you and hope you are able to attend! Wednesday, July 12th 12:00 PM EST This month’s webcast is a VarSeq exploration, featuring several example workflows and helpful features in VarSeq that can be used in the clinic. We will discuss… Read more »

Practical VarSeq Example – Cancer Gene Panel

Recently, we were excited to find a new example data set for cancer gene panels. We have included this example data in the latest e-book by Dr. Andreas Scherer, Genetic Testing for Cancer as well as in the latest cancer webcast . This data is from Illumina’s MiniSeq sequencer and the TruSight Cancer panel. The BAM and VCF files for three samples… Read more »