Research and development
Product development at Qlucore is based on the experience and skills of the R&D team as well as on the founders, who have world class competence within their respective research areas.
Qlucore strives to maintain and further develop close links with academic researchers and has formed a Research Partnership Program (RPP) in which we engage in projects with world-leading academic researchers for mutual benefit.
Should you be interested in participating in Qlucore’s RPP, please contact email@example.com.
Sustainability is an important and natural part of Qlucore’s operations and details are included in the document below.
"Qlucore enables very rapid and intuitive data analysis. By that scientists themselves are doing advanced bioinformatics analysis"
Phd, genomics, centre manager, kings college London, UK
"Qlucore is a really great way to explore large data quickly"
PhD, Immunologist, immunobiology of dendritic cells, Institut Pasteur/Inserm
"With Qlucore, You can see how things are changing in real time when you set a p-value cut-off for statistical analysis. Also it's flexible, so you can run custom R scripts if required"
PhD, Cell Biologist and Ipsc specialist, Stanford university, CA, USA
"Qlucore allows me to do analysis on my own. There are things that I know are biologically relevant that I can check on the fly"
Professor of medicine, md anderson cancer center, houston, tx, usa
Analysis of proteomics data using Qlucore
Using proteomics to understand cardiovascular disease
The Center for Interdisciplinary Cardiovascular Sciences, Boston, USRead more
Protein data analysis in Hepatitis studies
Understanding viral signatures in Hepatitis C. Qlucore Omics Explorer is used to identify differences in chemokines between the virally infected groups.
Institute Pasteur, FranceRead more
RNA-Seq analysis using Qlucore
Performing gene expression analysis based on RNA sequencing data, in Dilated Cardiomyopathy studies.
Stanford University, USRead more
Using Qlucore in epigenetics research studies
A range of samples including DNA from patient blood, primary tissue from tumors, and cell lines, are studied.
Cancer Genetics Program at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto, Canada.Read more