Commenting on the investigative power of a series of workflows in a discovery progression, GenomeQuest Field Application Scientist Henk Heus Senior Director of Workflow Development offers, “In GenomeQuest, you can combine the outcome of different workflows directly within the web interface. Think about being able to find gene regulatory regions using the ChIP-Seq workflow, finding SNPs in those regulatory regions using the Variant workflow and then see if these SNPs change gene expression levels using the RNA-Seq workflow. This is all possible without writing a single line of code.”
Researchers can use the ChIP-Seq and all GenomeQuest workflows at no charge on sample or real projects by registering for a free Basic Account. The free Basic Account gives researchers access to all ChIP-Seq and SDM functionality, complete results of Sanger sequence runs, and a sampling of NGS run results. There is no obligation, no credit card required, and no software to install. The site includes online help/chat and sample sequence databases.
Registrants for ChIP-Seq can also apply for a free Silver Account, which gives access to all results of NGS runs and is generally available for annual subscription starting at $1500 (US). This limited time offer is available to the first 100 qualified applicants.
A video preview of the GenomeQuest ChIP-Seq workflow is available, and
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