Tag Archives: data curation

A Simple Guide to Curating Genome Assemblies

         June 8, 2021
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A common feature request from Golden Helix customers is to curate and make available genome assemblies for different plant and animal species. These requests commonly come from SVS users as many research projects are being carried out, and having the genome assembly available for analysis is essential. That being said, Golden Helix has an SVS Tutorial available that walks users… Read more »

New COSMIC Database for NGS Cancer Analyses – Q&A

         January 9, 2019

We had a great time showing users the new COSMIC database for future NGS cancer analyses within VarSeq. If you didn’t get a chance to join us for this live webcast, you can watch the recording below. I have summarized our live Q&A session for anyone who is curious about what others were asking. The COSMIC track is free, what… Read more »

Golden Helix, Inc. – Your Annotation Curation Station

         June 15, 2017

The current reduced cost and increase availability of genome sequencing has been making academics, clinicians and individuals alike excited with the possibility of increased research depth, diagnosing capability and personal curiosity. And although a freshly sequenced genome is chock-full of tasty letter snippets, the real revelation and education occurs when comparing to an annotation foundation. In this post, I’ll review… Read more »