Laboratories can focus on routine casework or leverage population statistics, phenotypic estimation, dynamic filters and more to explore all possibilities for human identification.
- Configurable workflows enable easy analysis and reporting of mainstream identity workflows
- Generate investigative leads through analysis software advances
- Discriminate further with comprehensive sequence variant analysis
Flexible analysis methods can analyze mtDNA data from home-brew and third-party libraries sequenced on the MiSeq FGx Sequencing System.
A secure interface with the MiSeq FGx System automates post-sequencing data analysis and minimizes hands-on time. Results are viewable through a web browser, with the convenience of accessing the software online or off. Review a summarized version of data or switch to a more in-depth view. Reports are easy to generate and use database friendly file formats.
A comprehensive suite of intuitive, interactive tools facilitates sample management, run setup, data visualization and reporting. From real-time run monitoring to sample comparisons and intensity plots, UAS features help laboratories make decisions and act on analytic insights. Color-coded quality indicators highlight run performance for at-a-glance status.
Providing access to powerful computing without the infrastructure burden, UAS ships preinstalled on a dedicated server. Version-controlled releases continuously expand and improve the platform to accommodate new applications and keep pace with evolving nomenclature conventions. Opt in or out of upgrades as desired for maximum flexibility and control.
|ForenSeq server components and specifications
|4 × Seagate 1TB SATA hard drives
|RAID controller allowing for data redundancy and speed
|Intel 2.4 GHz × 64 processor with 6 cores/12 threads
|Intel socket R3 server board
|32 GB DDR4 RAM
|550 W power supply
|ULL, FCC, CE certified
|Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard with 5 CALs