Moon autonomously diagnoses rare diseases within minutes

We're excited to announce the launch of Moon, the world's first software to autonomously diagnose rare diseases. More patients are suffering from rare diseases than from AIDS and cancer combined. For many of these patients, it takes months or even years before they reach a correct diagnosis. Moon allows genetic centres to diagnose patients in minutes, instead of days or weeks. Read the press release, or visit the Moon homepage.

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Diploid introduces Diagnosed

Today we introduced Diagnosed, a service that pinpoints the molecular cause of rare diseases. Diagnosed is based on WGS and includes SNP and CNV analysis.
Do you have patients that are undiagnosed even though they have been whole genome sequenced? Then Diagnosed could provide the answer. If we can't, we will refund the cost of the analysis. Read more at http://www.diploid.com/diagnosed.

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We're hiring a Clinical Geneticist

Join our team to work on groundbreaking projects in the field of human genome interpretation. More information is available at http://www.diploid.com/jobs/clinical-geneticist-40. Feel free to share this job position with colleagues and friends using the share buttons below.

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Sengenics and Diploid Sign Exclusive Partnership

We're excited to announce that Diploid has just signed an exclusive partnership with Sengenics to enable more streamlined NGS diagnostics in the Middle East and GCC countries. We are honoured that from now on, Sengenics will be working exclusively with Diploid for the interpretation of all their WES and WGS samples. We're looking forward to providing a diagnosis for more patients, faster. The full press release is available at http://www.diploid.com/press/diploid-sengenics

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Diploid at ESHG in Glasgow

Diploid will be introducing its human genome interpretation service at the ESHG conference, starting later this week in Glasgow. Come by our booth #632, taste some Belgian chocolates and receive a free first exome or whole genome interpretation. Hope to see you in Glasgow!

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Differ: a free and friendly VCF viewer for OS X

Here at Diploid we're proud to release the first beta of Differ, a VCF viewer for OS X. The idea to create Differ originated while working with clients of our genome interpretation service. Many of them are having a hard time working with VCF files. Opening huge whole genome VCF files, searching them, splitting VCFs that contain multiple samples,.... all of these VCF-related tasks are often difficult and cumbersome, even for geneticists with a good level of bioinformatics knowledge.

Differ wants to put fiddling with VCFs to an end: it offers a graphical way to inspect, search, split and merge VCF files. It's not only more friendly to use, it's actually faster than any Unix tool or commercial application on the market today. That's because Differ uses all available processor cores on your Mac.

Read the full press release, or try Differ on your own Mac. The software is in its first beta, we're welcoming feedback from the genomics community.

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Diploid at NGS15 in Leuven

Diploid will have a booth at the VIB's Revolutionising NGS conference in Leuven, Belgium. In addition, Peter Schols, our CEO will give a talk on outsourcing human genome interpretation Thursday 15/1 at 10:55. Come by our booth and let's have a chat about genome diagnostics.

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