Webinar on fast and accurate variant calling

Continuing our DNA-Seq webinar series, we’ll present Strand NGS v3.0 best-practices: a workflow that identifies highly accurate variants from raw reads. Our best practices workflow is twice as fast as its GATK counterpart, and results in precision/recall rates of up to 99%/98% on whole exome and whole genome samples. We’ll also speak briefly about some … Continue reading “Webinar on fast and accurate variant calling”

Rare diseases: or, what happens when backups fail

Ploidy is a funny old Greek word for a modern, almost modish concept: data backups. Ploidy is the number of copies of an organism’s DNA. Certain kinds of algae, for instance, don’t buy into backups; they’re haploid, and contain only a single copy of DNA. Plants, on the other hand, are polyploidal; paranoiacs of the … Continue reading “Rare diseases: or, what happens when backups fail”

Webinar on DNA-Seq data analysis- Case studies

DNA-Seq data can be analyzed and visualized using an extensive workflow in Strand NGS software. The software has been designed for the biologists. Strand NGS supports analysis of whole exome, whole genome and targeted sequencing experiments. The DNA-Seq workflow includes the ability to detect variants (SNPs, MNPs and short InDels), annotate them with dbSNP, and … Continue reading “Webinar on DNA-Seq data analysis- Case studies”

Webinar on RNA-Seq Data Analysis

Strand NGS supports an extensive workflow for the analysis and visualization of RNA-Seq data. The workflow includes Transcriptome / Genome alignment, Differential expression analysis with Statistical approach and Splicing events detection. Strand NGS also supports novel discovery like identification of novel genes, exons and Novel splice junctions, alongside it can also detect gene fusion events. … Continue reading “Webinar on RNA-Seq Data Analysis”

Webinar on Implications of Next Generation Sequencing in Molecular Diagnosis of Cancer

Genetic testing requires screening of the entire gene, which by conventional sequencing is time consuming and expensive. Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) based approaches increase the sensitivity of mutation detection, making it fast and cost-effective compared to the conventional tests performed in a reflex-testing mode. Strand NGS includes workflows with quality assessment and filter sections that … Continue reading “Webinar on Implications of Next Generation Sequencing in Molecular Diagnosis of Cancer”

Strand NGS v2.7 released

We are excited to share the release of Strand NGS v2.7. This new version comes with several exciting features and enhancements. Listed below are few major enhancements:

Review of selected publications citing Strand NGS

In 2015, we brought in many new features and improvements based on your requirements and feedback. We expanded the Strand NGS epigenomics toolkit by adding the MeDIP-Seq workflow in the v2.5 release. We also added new features like the alignment workflow and SV detection for split reads (watch the webinar), a browser-based copy number variation (CNV) view … Continue reading “Review of selected publications citing Strand NGS”

Webinar on Strand NGS Pipeline Manager for streamlining large scale analysis

This webinar, will highlight the Strand NGS Pipeline Manager feature. In this webinar, you will learn how to customize pipelines and share them with other Strand NGS users. This webinar will give a brief glimpse of an elaborate pipeline that aligns reads, filters poor-quality matches, computes coverage metrics, identifies variants, checks for sample cross-contamination, and … Continue reading “Webinar on Strand NGS Pipeline Manager for streamlining large scale analysis”

Meet us at ASHG 2015!

We are excited to be a part of the Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) again, this time in Baltimore, Maryland from 6- 10 October 2015. Come and meet us to learn more about our best-in-class next-generation sequencing (NGS) data analysis software Strand NGS and Agilent Technologies state-of-the-art multi-omics analysis software GeneSpring. You can … Continue reading “Meet us at ASHG 2015!”

Live Webinar on Calling narrow and broad peaks from ChIP-Seq data

Live Webinar on Calling narrow and broad peaks from ChIP-Seq data on 26 Aug 2015 In this month’s webinar, we will demonstrate and assess the algorithms in StrandNGS for both narrow and broad peak calling. Specifically, results from using ‘MACS’ algorithm for detecting the FOXA1 transcription factor binding sites and from ‘Find Enriched Regions’ approach … Continue reading “Live Webinar on Calling narrow and broad peaks from ChIP-Seq data”