Opus 23 now supports multiple platforms

Opus 23 now supports multiple platforms

The recent change in the reporting done by 23andMe from the V4 to V5 chip has thrown things into a bit of a dither. The earlier V4 SNP array was more robust, at least with SNPs of interest to those…

Strobing the tissues

Strobing the tissues

Opus 23 provides many unique opportunities for data integration and visualization. One app that I’ve just been added to the Opus toolbox is STROBE, a new Opus analytic app that allows you drill-down client genomic data by organ, tissue or…

Agency

Agency

The Agency app in Opus 23 takes pharmacogenomics to the next level. Relying on the extensive Opus 23 database of published research detailing gene expression data linked to natural products, Agency provides a visual representation of their interactions web. Multiple…

SuperMogadon

SuperMogadon

SuperMogadon is a highly flexible search and sort tool that allows you to easily compare the client’s genotype with results from Genome Wide Association Studies* (GWAS) through the Opus 23 Pro database. As you can see there are over 50+…

Ancestry data is a no-go

Ancestry data is a no-go

Initially, I was very excited about the prospect of allowing the import of ancestry.com DNA data into Opus 23. After all, they use the same Illumina technology as 23andMe (although 23andMe apparently have their own unique chip.) Initial testing was…

Microbiome mashup

Microbiome mashup

There has been an explosion of interest in the microbiome. Outfits such as uBiome has made it relatively inexpensive and easy to have your microbiome profiled. These services extract the bacterial DNA out of the sample and identify each of…

Pearl of an idea

Pearl of an idea

Like most of my coding projects Opus 23 Pro is written primarily in the Perl scripting language. Perl handles most of the basic server-side functions (like disk reading, etc) and sends its output out to the browser via HTML, Javascript,…