GATACA wins commercialization award from Virginia's Center of Innovative Technology (CIT) to offer a first version of GAT/ML on the GATACA website.
GAT for NGS: A Bioinformatics Tool for HBV Quasispecies – Incorporating Machine Learning
GATACA wins Phase I SBIR award from the NIH (NIAID) to develop machine learning features into GAT.
Development of a joint machine learning/de novo assembly system for resolving viral quasispecies.
GATACA wins Phase I SBIR award from the NIH (NIAID) to develop GAT.
Development of a tool for the whole genome de novo assembly of hepatitis B virus (HBV) populations.
GATACA wins SBIR matching funds award from the Center for Innovative Technology (CIT).
GATACA wins Phase II SBIR award from the NIH (NIAID) to develop HepCbase (web-based).
Integrated software application for management of Hepatitis C Virus data.
GATACA wins Phase I SBIR award from the NIH (NIAID) to develop HepCbase desktop.
Desktop application for management and analysis of Hepatitis C Virus data.
GATACA wins Phase I SBIR award from the NSF to develop HCV analytics.
Desktop tools for management of Hepatitis C Virus data.
GAT pipeline analyzes HBV patient NGS for case-study presentation and publication.
GATACA, in collaboration with the LOBP (Emory) and University of São Paulo School of Medicine co-authors an abstract to be presented at EASL, London and manuscript for publication:
Multivariant surface quasispecies in a hepatitis B virus chronically infected individual with concomitant and continually positive surface antigen and -anti-HBs biomarkers.
Ono S.K.,Craig J.C.,Bassit L., Abreu R.M., Ganova-Raeva L.,Khudyakov Y.,Gonzalez D., Carrilho F.J.,Schinazi R.F.
GATACA releases Application Note announcing new de novo GAT for HBV.
Presented at the 2018 Annual Forum for HBV Research in Washington D.C.
GATACA co-authors publication on HCV.
Impact of IFNL4 rs12979860 and rs8099917 polymorphisms on response to Peg-Interferon-α and Ribavirin in patients with congenital bleeding disorder and chronic hepatitis C.
Keshvari M., Alavian S.M., Behnava B., Pouryasin A., Craig J.C., Sharafi H. J Clin Lab Anal.
GATACA is invited to join the Bioinformatics Working Group of The Forum for Collaborative HIV Research.
GATACA becomes a member of interactive bioinformatics roundtable meetings, and HepCbase served as the hub for upload and management of HIV NGS data.