SoftGenetics Products Datasheet
Analyse over 1000 genotyping samples in a single run and with up to 6 different analysis templates concurrently.
- Accurate user-friendly expert system genotyping
- Automated Detection and Quantification of Chimerism
- Multi-lineage Analysis and linked navigation
NextGene Sequencing Software
• Compatible with all Next
• Performs Assembly, SNP/Indel detection, Transcriptome
• “Low-end” Hardware Requirements
• Easy & Intuitive User Interface
• Exclusive SoftGenetics technical support
BioGene announce the introduction
of a new module in GeneMarker® software for
MLPA analysis utilising Luminex xMap technology, which was
developed in collaboration with Dr. Brian Dawson, of the
Mayo Clinic and Foundation.
MLPA has proven to be an important technique in the detection
of exon copy number changes associated with breast and colon
cancers, as well as trisomies found in Down Syndrome (3,
Surveyor Methylation Sequence Data Analysis
One of the methods of deducing the
methylation state of a DNA molecule is the use of bisulfite
treatment. Bisulfite treatment of DNA samples converts C to
T in a DNA sequence, without converting methylated C bases
in CpG sites. DNA sequencing is an excellent way to measure
DNA methylation state. Mutation Surveyor software is a powerful
software tool using unique comparison technology to detect
nucleotide changes between two sequence traces.
Mutation Explorer processes up to 48 lanes,
24 bi-directional, of patient DNA sequence traces. Data input
can be from either slab gel or capillary sequencers, using
either terminator or primer chemistries. The detection parameters
in Explorer have been “sealed” to provide analyst
to analyst consistency.
Mutation Surveyor is available in
400 and 48 lane capacities. The program rapidly locates all
differences between the wild type sequence and sample traces
with excellent accuracy and sensitivity. The program can be
used with either single direction or bi-directional data.
GeneMarker™ AFLP/Genotyping software has been designed
and created in order to provide genetic researchers with
a highly useable genotyping analysis tool. We incorporated
the suggestions and requirements of several research groups
into the software. Their main requirements were ease of
use, high accuracy, flexibility and low acquisition cost.