The promise of population sequencing holds vast potential for genomic medicine, but managing the immense volume of data generated by such studies can be challenging. Speed and economy of data processing, as well as data security and privacy, are among the most important considerations for implementing sequencing programs on a national scale.
Large-scale computing frameworks, such as BaseSpace informatics tools, can help you manage population sequencing data, identify novel biomarkers, and find relationships between clinical and molecular data. Our systems and informatics solutions enable you to incorporate genomic data into any stage of research or drug discovery to identify commonalities and correlate variants with disease risk.
BaseSpace Cohort Analyzer offers a platform for analyzing complex human subject data for translational research applications. By providing access to a large repository of curated public data sets and powerful tools for large cohort analysis and group comparisons of both public and proprietary data, BaseSpace Cohort Analyzer enables transformation of complex data into meaningful insights.Learn More
BaseSpace Correlation Engine offers web-based tools that support early-stage and translational discovery to identify mechanisms of disease, drug targets, and prognostic or predictive biomarkers.Learn More
The NovaSeq 6000 System represents the cutting edge of sequencing technology. It empowers you to complete applications requiring large amounts of data, such as population sequencing, faster and more economically than ever before. Uniting the latest high-performance imaging with patterned flow cell technology, the NovaSeq 6000 System delivers enormous increases in data output to match the size of your research goals.View System
Three luminaries in the genomics field—Dr Carlos Bustamante, Dr Stephen Kingsmore, and Dr John Mattick—provide their perspective on the impact of population sequencing in clinical research and the future of medicine.Read Interview