Kanteron Systems is proud to announce a multi-platform (Windows, Linux and Apple OSX) version of its KDS advanced visualization and post-processing radiology workstation
Kanteron Systems Bioinformatics department, in collaboration with scientists from several institutions (like the University of Cambridge, Genomics England, Zetta, INCLIVA, CIPF, I2SysBio, CSIC, and CIBERDEM) will present 3 papers at the European Society of Human Genetics (ESHG19) annual meeting to be held in Gothenburg, Sweden, June 15–18, 2019.
Kanteron Systems Bioinformatics department, in collaboration with the Computational Biology Lab at the University of Cambridge and Agile Genomics, deliver advanced clinical solution chosen by some of the largest clinical genomics projects, like Genomics England, the International Cancer Genome Consortium, or the The European Bioinformatics Institute.
Kanteron Systems announces a new zero-footprint viewer, with 3D (MPR and volume reconstruction)
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