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Maverix Biomics Adds Enhancements to Genomic Analysis Platform


[Editor’s note: Even though Maverix Biomics Inc. is based in San Mateo, Santa Cruz Tech Beat has Screen Shot 2014-01-30 at 10.34.08 PMwritten about the company, founded by UCSC Professor Todd Lowe, here and here. It is a company with local roots and local interest. The following is a contributed press release from Maverix.]

Maverix Adds Significant Enhancements to Genomic Analysis Platform for RNA-SEQ Research

Enhanced design allows comparison of side-by-side results from HTSeq/DESeq and Cufflinks

Maverix Biomics Inc., today announced improved functionality for RNA-seq differential expression analysis on the Maverix Analytic Platform, an industry leading cloud-based solution that enables life science researchers to directly analyze, visualize, interrogate, and manage biological sequence data in order to accelerate exploration and discovery. The enhancements will enable scientists engaged in RNA-seq studies to better analyze differential expression results through improved visualization for quality assessment of the data and for identifying highly-confident genes uncovered by next generation sequencing of the information-dense transcriptome.

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