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  • Webinar: Perform large NGS assembly and analysis on any computer

    Join DNASTAR Senior Product Manager Matthew Keyser to learn how to quickly assemble large NGS data sets using a simple laptop or desktop computer, including a live demo of a multiple genome assembly and analysis.


    March 21, 2019
    11:00 AM CDT

    At this webinar, you will learn to perform NGS sequence assembly and alignment for multiple genomes, exomes, and RNA-Seq samples from a desktop or laptop computer. Discover how to complete large projects with unmatched speed, even with limited hardware resources. With our new Cloud Assemblies option, multiple-sample assembly, variant calling, and normalization generally complete even faster than on the most powerful desktop computers.


    Register on our website

    Questions? Contact [email protected]

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