World News: 19:55 GMT Thursday 6th December 2018. [Igenbio, Inc. via Businesswire via SPi World News]
Igenbio, Inc. announced today the expansion of variant analysis service offerings. Igenbio’s comprehensive variant analysis service answers pressing questions in genome differences reflecting changes to metabolic pathways and genetic associations relevant to disease- or cancer-causing variations. Igenbio’s flagship product ERGO 2.0 enables researchers to deepen the analysis of variations with interactive visualizations enabling industrial, academic, and medical scientists to rapidly uncover hidden genetic variations and develop diagnostic biomarkers.
“Research scientists can use ERGO’s Variant workflow by simply “dragging-and-dropping” the sequence files into ERGO and receiving scientifically rigorous results in minutes. Discover single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), insertions, deletions (INDELS), along with their functional relevance and deleterious effects. ERGO does it all for you: from sequence quality assessments to annotating variant effects of any genome. This furthers our goal of making the best bioinformatics analysis available to all researchers, regardless of their computer experience.”, says Benjamin Vaisvil, VP, Bioinformatics and Software Development at Igenbio, Inc.
Chicago-based Igenbio, Inc. specializes in research in genomics, bioinformatics, and transcriptomics. Igenbio, Inc. serves a broad customer base across industry, academic and government institutions. ERGO 2.0 integrates proprietary functional genomic data, metabolic reconstructions, expression profiling, with tools and workflows for common bioinformatics tasks. Our goal is to make the best scientific analysis available to all researchers.
Business Wire: 19:55 GMT Thursday 6th December 2018
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