Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) users often adopt BaseSpace Sequence Hub at times of change within their organizations. They may be new to NGS, or in the process of scaling up their operations, such as having purchased a new sequencing instrument – perhaps a NovaSeq™ Series instrument. In these situations, it can be challenging to estimate data storage and compute costs, creating uncertainty in the budgeting process.
To address this concern, we are excited to announce an unlimited data storage and compute plan for BaseSpace Sequence Hub that takes the uncertainty away. The plan enables new Sequence Hub customers to choose from either the traditional pay-for-use plan or alternatively choose a fixed-price, unlimited plan covering all data storage and compute cost in the first year.
With the plan, new customers get unlimited data storage and have access to all of the apps in BaseSpace Sequence Hub without any additional cost. The plan includes Illumina-developed apps as well as third-party apps, such as the recently announced whole genome sequencing Apps from Edico Genome (coming soon). The unlimited plan eliminates any ambiguity associated with the cost of using BaseSpace Sequence Hub and allows customers to understand their usage patterns so they can comfortably estimate their expenses in subsequent years.
These plans are available for both the U.S. and Frankfurt sites. Please contact us to learn more.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
With the launch of the TruSight RNA Pan-Cancer panel, a targeted enrichment panel for the detection of variants, fusions, and gene expression profiles in 1385 cancer-associated genes, Illumina is pleased to provide an intuitive BaseSpace App, RNA-Seq Alignment v 1.0, that supports simple push button analysis of the data.
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We are excited to announce that we will be contributing Illumina’s secondary analysis software to the open source community under the GPL v3 license. The software can be found on GitHub (https://github.com/illumina). Currently available software include the Isaac aligner and the Manta structural variant caller (manuscript submitted). Other tools such as the Starling small variant caller, Strelka somatic variant caller, the Canvas copy number caller, and Haplotype Compare (a.k.a hap.py) for comparing variant call sets will be made available soon. Additional tools will also be made available as they are developed and deployed. With these efforts we are also committing to publication of our methods in high impact peer reviewed journals.
We look forward to working with the open source community to provide high quality secondary analysis tools that will help enable discoveries with next generation sequencing data.
DNA methylation is one of the most studied epigenetic modifications in human cells. Changes in DNA methylation patterns play a critical role in development, differentiation and diseases such as multiple sclerosis, diabetes, schizophrenia, aging, and multiple forms of cancer. Over the past decade, interest in DNA methylation has grown rapidly and expanded across multiple areas of research. Consequently, DNA methylation analysis methods have undergone dramatic changes. Bisulfite-treatment and next-generation sequencing (NGS) have increasingly become the tools of choice to profile DNA methylation levels. Here, we announce a bioinformatics solution for analyzing NGS methylation data: BaseSpace® MethylSeq v1.0 app.
MethylSeq v1.0 app
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We are excited to launch the TruSeq Targeted RNA v1.0 and Small RNA v1.0 Core Apps in BaseSpace, which are some of the most feature-rich Apps we have launched to date.
TruSeq Targeted RNA v1.0
Small RNA v1.0
A high level overview of the Apps is provided below. More detailed information about the Apps can be found in their respective Core Apps application guides.
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It’s been an exciting last 30 days for App releases. At the end of February we released v1.1 of the TruSeq Long-Read Assembly and the TruSeq Phasing Analysis Apps.
TruSeq Long-Read Assembly v1.1
TruSeq Phasing Analysis Apps v1.1
These updates were mainly to improve the performance of the Apps and to fix a few minor bugs. Detailed information can be found in the customer release note.
We also released v2.1 of the Isaac Enrichment and BWA Enrichment Apps.
Isaac Enrichment v2.1
BWA Enrichment v2.1
These updates allow the Apps to take advantage of the multi-launch feature available in the BaseSpace platform. Users can now analyze up to 96 samples in parallel across multiple nodes dramatically reducing the time to answer. 96 samples can now be analyzed in as little as 2 hours on a 50x exome. Detailed information can be found in the customer release note.
We also published a handfull of new 3rd Party Apps.
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