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ArrayStar 4

DNAStar has announced the release of ArrayStar 4, including QSeq, as an updated microarray and next-generation sequencing technology software suite. The newly released software includes substantial enhancements to the company's previously released RNA-Seq capabilities and introduces ChIP-Seq data alignment and analysis.

ArrayStar 4 and QSeq handle data from all major next-gen sequencing and microarray platforms and perform all alignment and analysis on a desktop computer. According to the company, its software enables desktop-based processing of sequencing data in reasonable timeframes, even as next-generation data volumes continue to grow exponentially, allowing accessible computing for large sample sizes.

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