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  • bioinfosm
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    Yes it is interesting...I am eagerly waiting to hear back
    NextGENe demo talk was impressive - they have a way to somewhat assemble the reads and use the longer contigs to align to reference - irons out errors

    CLC video was interesting as well .. but click click interface! how well does it work for core labs?

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  • Sujai
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    CLC Genomics Workbench released

    I just heard from the CLC Bio sales rep that the Genomics Workbench has been released.

    Welcome to QIAGEN Digital Insights LabCorp uses QCI and HGMD to improve identification and interpretation of genetic variants within inhereited diseases.Read...


    This page has links to their user manuals - which look good. If they do what they say on the box, then I can imagine lots of people would be happy to pay up a bit even though it is not a published/open-source system.

    I've asked for an evaluation copy and will post a review over here for everyone if I get it soon.

    - Sujai

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  • BaCh
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    Originally posted by Torst View Post
    The recent version of MIRA claims to be able to perform a true hybrid assembly of sequences from Sanger, 454-FLX, and Illumina. We are still assessing it. See http://chevreux.org/projects_mira.html
    Hybrid yes, but not de-novo of Solexa at the moment.

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  • Torst
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    The recent version of MIRA claims to be able to perform a true hybrid assembly of sequences from Sanger, 454-FLX, and Illumina. We are still assessing it. See http://chevreux.org/projects_mira.html

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  • ScottC
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    Yes, I'm waiting for that too... I hope it's as good as they're saying it will be. The initial release is supposedly able to do de novo assemblies on all sanger, illumina and 454 data, which would be nice.

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  • ECO
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    CLC Genomics Workbench

    Hasn't been released yet, should be interesting to see. I will definitely be signing up for a trial.

    Welcome to QIAGEN Digital Insights LabCorp uses QCI and HGMD to improve identification and interpretation of genetic variants within inhereited diseases.Read...

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