GENALICE AND DECODE GENETICS ENTER INTO A PARTNERSHIP FOR POPULATION WIDE GENOMIC ANALYSIS

Thursday 24 July 2014

GENALICE announced today it is partnering with deCODE Genetics to facilitate the large-scale testing of its unique DNA data processing software solution, GENALICE MAP. After a first successful round of evaluating GENALICE MAP on speed and quality, both parties agreed to extend the evaluation to include up to 10,000 full human genomes.

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Oxford biomedical research centre signs contract with GENALICE for its breakthrough sequenced DNA data processing solution

Tuesday 17 June 2014

GENALICE today announced that the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Oxford Biomedical Research Centre’s Molecular Diagnostics Centre has signed a contract for a larger model of the GENALICE VAULT, GENALICE’s Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) data processing appliance.

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GENALICE now able to process a complete human DNA in less than 30 minutes

Wednesday 28 May 2014

Today GENALICE proudly announced the scheduled release of an upgraded version of its Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) DNA data processing software solution GENALICE MAP. This will take place at the European Society of Human Genetics conference in Milan later this week. Featuring the new 5-minute Variant Caller, the company is now capable of processing the DNA data of an entire human genome with 40x depth within 30 minutes on a commodity dual Intel Xeon E5 server.

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  • 24 Jul

    GENALICE and deCODE Genetics enter into a partnership for population wide genomic analysis: http://t.co/i0OzV8HByh #bioinformatics #genomics

  • 30 Jun

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  • 29 Jun

    RT @GeneticsUpdate: Nature Genetics article: Genome of the Netherlands developed http://t.co/umpvrGMnb8

  • 26 Jun

    RT @RKleinenberg: @GenaliceDNA at our @HollandBIO pavilion. Breaktrough technology! @IAnetwerk @NLintheUSA #BIO2014 http://t.co/v40JFtBSJ4

  • 17 Jun

    Oxford Biomedical Research Centre chooses for GENALICE' NGS data processing solution. #genomics #bioinformatics http://t.co/A8pNdUJhD3