In light of diversifying applications.

Ambry SoftGenetics and Genetics sign agreement for next-generation sequencing tasks at Ambry Ambry Genetics and SoftGenetics today announced the signing of an agreement to provide extended bioinformatics genomics providers using SoftGenetics’ NextGENe software for next-generation sequencing projects performed at Ambry. In light of diversifying applications, increasing task sizes, and new genomes to end up being explored, having a successful and innovative partner for bioinformatics is key.The results provide further confirmation that alcoholism is a complex behavior drawing from both genetic and environmental factors. Since we understand that folks who drink often smoke and that smokers frequently drink, we believed it reasonable to collect some information about the consuming behavior in these families, said lead study author Dr. Kirk C. Wilhelmsen, associate professor in the departments of genetics and neurology at the University of NEW YORK at Chapel Hill’s College of Medicine. He is a member of the Carolina Center for Genome Sciences also, the Bowles Center for Alcohol Studies and the UNC Lineberger In depth Cancer Center.