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GenomeQuest Places ChIP-Seq Workflow Solution On SDM “Cloud”
Date:11/11/2009

Comprehensive, Easy-to-Use Web Service Available Immediately to Researchers Worldwide, Free/Full NGS-based Runs Available to First Registrants

Westborough, MA (PRWEB) -- GenomeQuest, the world leader in sequence data management (SDM), today announced a comprehensive and easy-to-use ChIP-Seq workflow solution available immediately as a web cloud service to researchers around the world.

The ChIP-Seq method is described in this month’s Nature Methods journal, “Genome-wide measurements of protein-DNA interactions and transcriptomes are increasingly done by deep DNA sequencing methods (ChIP-Seq and RNA-Seq).” Reporting on tools, it continues, “Whereas early adopters necessarily developed their own custom computer code to analyze the first ChIP-Seq and RNA-Seq datasets, a new generation of more sophisticated algorithms and software tools are emerging to assist in the analysis phase of these projects.”

Based on the company’s SDM platform and integrating the popular Model based Analysis for ChIP-Seq “MACS” peak modeling software, the GenomeQuest ChIP-Seq solution provides state-of-the-art tools across the entire workflow, including for alignment, peak modeling, and interactive analysis. To maximize accuracy, it allows for over 15 key parameters to be set and multiple runs to be stacked and analyzed collectively. Also, researchers can immediately share and connect their results with other sequence databases, GenomeQuest workflows, and colleagues – preserving and leveraging their work.

This full workflow is delivered in an easy-to-use, integrated environment. From a web browser, researchers simply upload their database and fill out two forms – one each for alignment and peak
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