infoQuant Ltd releases the new version (v2.0) of its array CGH and SNP array data management solution cnTrack. The new release represents an evolutionary step of company's established data management product and was engineered to make modern laboratory technologies in the area of high-resolution DNA alteration testing more efficient. The goal of this generation of the software is to provide high-volume data management and workflow control adaptable to any array platform and existing laboratory infrastructure.
infoQuant Ltd initiates development of a new free-access analytics portal (working title Genomius.com) intended to answer basic data management and Copy Number analysis needs of users of the array and sequencing technologies. This web portal will provide essential data management and data interrogation functionality for array- and NGS-based research geared towards chromosomal anomaly analysis.
infoQuant Ltd announced a new software product featuring data management technology for array CGH and SNP arrays. The name of the new solution - cnTrack - reflects particular laboratory data management niche it is targeting: data storage and workflow tracking for DNA Copy Number analysis. With array technology becoming widely used in many diagnostic laboratories, the issue of effectively managing and analyzing large data produced by daily clinical and research operations became especially important. infoQuant produced cnTrack solution specifically to answer the challenge of daily array data management and multi-user detection and interpretation of chromosomal anomalies at high-volume laboratories.
infoQuant Ltd, a leading provider of DNA copy number analysis software, announced today that it has joined the BioIT Alliance, a cross-industry group working together to improve biomedical information technology. The Alliance seeks to enable the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical, equipment manufacturing and software industries to share best practices and develop standards for sharing biomedical data, improving collaboration and effectively managing life sciences knowledge.
infoQuant's director of business development Perry John Aiello gave an interview to BioArray News at ACMG conference in Tampa, FL, where he highlighted general trends of aCGH and SNP array technologies in clinical applications. You can read full BioArray News article here.
infoQuant. announced today that it joined the Illumina Connect bioinformatics program and is proud to provide state-of-the-art copy number analysis of Illumina array data. Through Illumina Connect infoQuant's advanced copy number solutions will deliver a seamless experience to Illumina customers.
Recently, Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN) produced an article discussing the increasing significance of advanced array CGH (aCGH) copy number analysis in molecular diagnostics.
infoQuant Ltd brings microarray technology closer to clinical use with its latest release of copy number analysis and interpretation software oneClickCGH and CGH Fusion for microarray-based comparative genomic hybridization tests (array CGH).