Strand Life Sciences (Strand) announced today the version 2.0 release of its popular next-generation sequencing (NGS) data analysis and visualization platform, Avadis NGS, under a new name: Strand NGS. Strand NGS is built on the same award-winning platform as Strand and Agilent Technologies' GeneSpring(R).
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This release combines enhancements to Avadis NGS with unique features from the GeneSpring NGS module, through the addition of a Methyl-Seq workflow, direct access to BioCyc and WikiPathways, better support for target enrichment experiments and Multi-Omic Pathway Analysis. The merging of GeneSpring NGS with the existing capabilities of Avadis NGS was prompted by the desire to give researchers using GeneSpring NGS access to the latest developments in NGS data analysis. Previously, GeneSpring NGS workflows were one release version behind the Avadis NGS releases.
Avadis NGS already provides workflows for alignment, DNA-Seq, RNA-Seq, small RNA-Seq and ChIP-Seq experiments, powerful statistical analysis tools, a state-of-the-art, feature-rich elastic genome browser, downstream biological interpretation capabilities and gives access to a comprehensive annotations package. With this release, existing Avadis NGS customers and new Strand NGS customers will now benefit from the additional Methyl-Seq workflow and pathway analysis enhancements.
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