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Integrating Somatic, Germline and CNV Workflows

Hannover Medical School
Dr. Bernd Auber

“Golden Helix had little to no competition, as finding other tools that could integrate the workflows for somatic, germline, and CNVs was largely absent from competitor’s stacks... the ability to create unique approaches on how to analyze data that you can individualize in every imaginable way is unique. You are not restricted in any way and can adapt your pipeline to your specific needs”.


Scalable and Accessible NGS Gene Testing with VarSeq

MVZ Martinsried
Dr. med. Konstanze Hörtnagel

Specializing in hereditary diseases including inherited cancers as well as non-hereditary solid-tumors, MVZ Martsried implemented Golden Helix to make NGS gene testing and variant discovery efficient, scalable and accessible by converting NGS data output into customized clinical reports in a timely manner.


Propelling the Genomic Revolution in Australia

Ben Lundie

By utilizing bioinformatics software solutions from Golden Helix, Ben Lundie and his team at Pathology Queensland provide a state-wide comprehensive diagnostic pathology service.


Using VarSeq for Whole Exome Sequencing

Odense University Hospital
Martin Larsen, Ph.D.

When the Department of Clinical Genetics at OHU began offering whole exome sequencing, they knew right away they would need a commercial pipeline to perform the analysis. VarSeq was able to the lab's needs with its flexibility in customization and price structure.


Delivering Clinical Reports with VSClinical

University of British Columbia
Mark Trinder

With the implementation of VSClinical, researchers at the University of British Columbia have been able to generate and deliver patient reports to the clinicians with CNV calling, integrated variant analysis, and patient reports contained within one program.


Using SVS to Understand Hearing Loss

University of Iowa
Hela Azaiez, Ph.D.

The University of Iowa focuses on hereditary hearing loss and renal diseases. The lab’s goal is not only to understand and investigate the underlying molecular genetics behind these diseases, but ultimately develop novel therapies for treatment.


Researching Impact of HLA on COVID-19 Patients with SVS

Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey
Dr. Jeffrey Rosenfeld

“When I first started this project, I turned to SVS for its more concrete system features,” explains Rosenfeld, “…with SVS, I can feel confident handing this project to an analyst compared to something we built up in PLINK, for instance.”


Analyzing Genotypic Data with SVS

Irish Cattle Breeding Federation
Matthew McClure, Ph.D.

The Irish Cattle Breeding Federation struggled to find a solution built to handle the massive amounts of agrigenomic data they were working with. Not only was SVS able to work with this amount of data, but substantially improved the ICBF's workflow.


researching the genetic causes of periodontal diseases

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
Scott Diehl, Ph.D.

Putting Analytical Power in the Hands of the Biologist with SVS

Feinstein Institute for Medical Research
Dr. Peter K. Gregersen

uncovering biomarkers and drug targets for atherosclerosis

Interuniversity Cardiology Institute Netherlands
Sander van der Laan

Studying the Pharmacogenomics of Adverse Drug Reactions in Cancer Therapy

University of British Columbia
Dr. Folefac Aminkeng

Using Population Genetics to Dig into Mankind's Roots

J. Craig Venter Institute
Dr. Vanessa Hayes & Dr. Desiree Petersen

Investigating the molecular determinants of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

Sainte-Justine University Health Center
Dr. Daniel Sinnett & Dr. Pascal St. Onge

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Handling Large Datasets with Quick Results using SVS

International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center
Dr. Raman Babu

Using SVS in the Lab and Classroom for Agrigenetics

Cornell University
Dr. Heather Huson