Analyze large and complicated agro datasets

Our software enables you to run advanced workflows and analyze big intricate datasets, which is why the world’s leading agricultural companies and institutions are using our platform for plant and animal research.

 
 
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Plant & Animal Genomics

The world's leading agricultural companies and institutions use CLC bio's platform for plant and animal research

Our open platform is helping the world's leading agricultural companies and institutions to stay the best in the world and reach their scientific goals faster — faster than their commercial and academic competitors.

Many of our unique and proprietary algorithms have been developed in close collaboration with some of the world's prominent plant and animal scientists. Our software is extensively used in the basic plant and animal research, as well as within the applied agricultural breeding programs, including those directed to pathogen resistance.

Focus on your science with our powerful and intuitive platform

CLC Genomics Machine, CLC Genomics Workbench, CLC Genomics Server, and CLC Assembly Cell are our most popular software packages for genomics analyses among plant and animal researchers.

Our working relationship with CLC bio is highly collaborative, combining the best of CLC bio’s technology and Monsanto technology. This results in a powerful vector design and sequence platform that further enables Monsanto scientists to leverage genomics information to advance our R&D pipeline and get better products into the hands of our farmer customers faster.
Tim Mitsky - Monsanto, R&D IT Solutions Lead
Application notes
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Identification of Cultivar-Specific SNVs and Discriminatory Genes in Bread Wheat using NGS Data

Describing a workflow for identification of cultivar-specific SNVs, and for selecting genes that allow for discrimination between selected cultivars, using CLC Genomics Workbench.

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Whole genome functional annotation of Solanum lycopersicum

This application note describes the complete functional annotation of the tomato genome, Solanum lycopersicum, using the Blast2GO plugin for CLC Genomics Workbench.

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De novo assembly of paired-end plant transcriptome data

Application note on de novo assembly of a plant transcriptome using Illumina paired-end sequencing data from Lactuca serriola (prickly lettuce) in CLC Genomics Workbench

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Comparative analysis of three bovine genomes

Application note on comparative genomics data analysis, using Illumina exome data from Bos taurus (taurine), Bos indicus (zebu), and Bison bison (bison), analyzed and visualized through Genomics Gateway in CLC Genomics Workbench