In the last couple of years biological data generation expanded rapidly. Particularly, in the field of sequencing with the emerging of the Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) machines.
As a result, the cost of sequencing a human genome is getting cheaper every year and genomics is outpacing developments in computing as measured by Moore’s law – the notion that computers double in processing capability per dollar spent every 18-24 months.
However the analysis of these large datasets is getting more complicated. In our bioinformatics workflows we use state-of-the-art technologies and the most updated, also trustworthy, databases to interpret our genomics data.
Major bioinformatics task in the field of genomics: