Enhanced next-generation sequencing analysis software

Oxford Gene Technology (OGT) has launched an update to its SureSeq Interpret software, included with purchases of SureSeq NGS panels. Designed to help researchers effortlessly translate cumbersome NGS data into meaningful results, the enhanced software has been developed in response to customer needs.

SureSeq Interpret has been designed to be used with SureSeq NGS panels, facilitating analysis and visualisation of a wide range of mutation types and structural variants. Working in tandem with OGT’s expert panel design and hybridisation-based approach that delivers unparalleled coverage uniformity in sequencing reactions, SureSeq Interpret is integral to enabling low-frequency variants to be detected confidently and consistently.

A comprehensive filtering framework enables analysis workflows to be standardised and allows variant filtering to be overlaid to meet analytical criteria. Extensive customisation options enable researchers to tailor variant and batch reports and database links to meet the exact needs of the laboratory. Flexibility and ease of use is integral to the design, and features accessibility via a standalone computer, laboratory server or other web-enabled devices.

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