Secure, efficient and scaleable data management
A secure way to transfer, manage and share sensitive DNA data that lets you access the information you need while meeting regulatory and security requirements.
Decision support tools to get you actionable results
Tools that make it easier to explore results and use big-data analysis to make comparisons, identify commonalities, validate hypotheses to make informed, actionable decisions.
Gain in productivity and autonomy when examining questions that require exome, RNA-seq or full genome analysis. Take advantage of powerful visualisation tools to gain new insights. Explore your existing data to make new discoveries.
Use SeqOne Explore to reduce your dependence on bioinformatic support for routine tasks. Take advantage of preconfigured worksets designed by experts to provide ready-rouse solutions to your bioinformatic questions. Take advantage of visual tools to explore your data.
Use Seqone Platform to explore your genomic analyses and quickly identify information relevant to your research. The SeqOne team can advise you on how to structure your analysis to reach your goals and provide your team with a powerful way of integrating NGS analysis into your discovery and validation process.
How the SeqOne platform
PERFORM BIOINFORMATIC ANALYSIS
SeqOne replaces pipelines with worksets consisting of a set of software tools calibrated to provide you the best answer to a specific biological question. For instance, you can search from a set of sequenced DNA... to find exonic mutations... in a patient suffering from a rare genetic disease.
THE SEQONE TEAM
SeqOne was created by a team of researchers in Bioinformatics working at the university of Montpellier in the south of France. The team has developed open source tools such as CRAC, designed to analyse RNA Seq NGS data. The SeqOne project was incubated with funds from the AxLR SATT, an entity focused on accelerating promising new technologies developed through public research. The team and its members have won prestigious awards including the ARC cancer research foundation prize, Pôle Rabelais prize, the national competition “i-LAB - for innovative technologies” (BPI-EMSR) StartUp and an award at the 2015 International Workshop on Biological Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining.