Nexus Copy Number
User-friendly and Powerful Statistical Tools
Arming researchers with advanced genomic data analysis and visualization tools. Easy-to-use software provides cutting-edge statistical tools to advance scientific discovery.
Why Nexus Copy Number?
1. Copy Number from NGS & Microarray
Powered with the gold-standard CNV calling algorithm, Nexus Copy Number software derives copy number and BAF from a variety of NGS data (WES, WGS, targeted panel, and shallow sequencing) as well as Microarray data.
2. Support for all major instrument vendors for both NGS & Microarray
Nexus Copy Number is a multifaceted desktop software for rapid discovery of genomic alterations. This platform-agnostic software accepts data from various manufacturers and technologies including the latest platforms: Infinium GSA and CytoScan XON.
3. Powerful Research & Statistical Tools
The interactive visualization and powerful statistical tools allow detection of structural variations (e.g. copy number, homozygous regions), association with sequence variations (point mutations, InDels, inversions, etc.), and identification of statistically significant co-occurring up/down-regulated genes (from mRNA, miRNA, and RNASeq data).
Dr. Benjamin Darbro
We are longtime BioDiscovery customers starting with Nexus Copy Number software and now routinely using NxClinical software for interpretation of our clinical samples. NxClinical allows us to analyze CNVs and sequence variants together allowing rapid identification of compound events.
Dr. Matthew Breen
Nexus Copy Number is a powerful tool in our workflow, allowing direct visualization of data from numerous platforms, with a graphical interface that is as appealing as it is informative.
Dr. Yajuan Liu
We have been using Nexus Copy Number and are very happy with it. It allows direct visualization of data from different platforms with informative graphical interfaces. We integrated this powerful tool in our workflow.
Nexus Copy Number provides a tremendously versatile means to integrate and interrogate data derived from multiple formats within a single interface.