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Genalice drastically shortens the time to diagnosis in Rapid Paediatric Sequencing (RaPS) workflow for critically ill children

This week, the Journal of Medical Genetics will publish a paper on Rapid Paediatric Sequencing (RaPS), a real-life workflow for rapid diagnosis of critically ill children. Researchers from UCL have designed RaPS for the growing number of critically ill patients in paediatric intensive care units (PICU) suffering from a rare ...

bioRxiv preprint: Validation of an ultra-fast CNV calling tool for Next Generation Sequencing data using MLPA-verified copy number alterations

DNA Copy Number Variations (CNVs) are an important source for genetic diversity and pathogenic variants. Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) methods have become increasingly more popular for CNV detection, but its data analysis is a growing bottleneck. We validated Genalice CNV using the ICR96 exon CNV validation series data generated by ...

bioRxiv preprint: Comprehensive real-life workflow for rapid diagnosis for critically ill children

Paediatric genomics is an immature but rapidly evolving field that seeks to diagnose those affected by rare diseases the most, the children. Definitive diagnostic information greatly assists compassionate and effective care. The UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health has described an end-to-end workflow for the use of rapid ...

PNAS Publication: Demonstrating great Genalice Map performance of whole genome analysis in rare disease genetic testing

In rare disease genetic testing whole genome sequencing is a comprehensive technology to address the limitations of gene panels and exome analysis. The latter use selective capturing of target regions. Only WGS is able to provide sufficient coverage of the coding region of the genome especially for GC-rich regions. In ...

Genalice and KeyGene invite you for an inspiring seminar

Generate, Process, and Apply. Solutions for Agrigenomic big data challenges The Agri & Food industry has to solve the big data challenges brought by the next generation sequencing revolution. More data is better as it provides more insights for better breeding strategies. The enormous amount of generated data however has ...

Swiss Foundation for People with Rare Diseases and Genalice collaborate on the study of genetic rare diseases

Foundation for People with Rare Diseases (Schlieren-Zurich, Switzerland) and GENALICE collaborate on the study of genetic rare diseases. The Foundation for People with Rare Diseases (FPRD) and genomic big data solutions company Genalice announce their collaboration and the closing of a new 3 year Genalice Map license agreement. This allows ...

Genalice Map V2.5 New Release

Genalice 2.5 marks another important milestone on performance, quality and functionality. All modules in the suite work well with WGS, WES or panel data and is reference independent. NGS input data from Illumina devices have been validated. Our newest release brings: Mapping performance has been increased and the time to ...

Genalice and BioDiscovery partner to empower rapid NGS data interpretation

Genalice and BioDiscovery announce a co-marketing partnership to offer their products together as a turn-key end-to-end solution for the use of next-generation sequencing (NGS) data to interpret genomes. Genalice provides an ultra-fast and highly accurate secondary analysis suite that seamlessly connects to BioDiscovery’s tertiary informatics and genomics interpretation system, NxClinical. ...