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SoftGenetics Releases New NextGENe NGS Analysis Software

Published: Friday, September 27, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, September 27, 2013
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Latest version offers advanced technologies such as optimized algorithms

The new NextGENe NGS Analysis Software from SoftGenetics is latest version of the company’s NGS analysis software. This latest version includes many advanced technologies including optimized algorithms that increase analysis speed up to 60 percent; a sophisticated new algorithm and visualization of copy‐number variation (CNV) detection from a wide variety of projects, including whole‐exome and targeted sequencing panels; ability to include and visualize custom, COSMIC and ESP databases; advanced reporting including target region coverage curve and statistics, creation of project summary reports in PDF format, as well as the ability to save consensus SNP and sequence reports.

Also included in the newly released version is the ability to create a fully automated analysis pipeline from sequencing platform, analysis of raw data or BAM files and filing of analysis into the company’s Geneticist Assistant NGS Interpretative Workbench; Advanced trimming options which prevent overtrimming of overlapping amplicons; a hovering feature to immediately visualize essential sequence statistics, such as depth of coverage, read balance, variant allele percent at variant positions; as well as a new user management tool.


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