Recent Customer Publications

      Mary Makris    August 30, 2016    No Comments on Recent Customer Publications
publications

For many of you this might be a busy week with school starting up again! However, even though school is just starting, many of our customers have been publishing all summer long. Here are a few highlights from our most recent publications this August: Evaline Ibeagha-Awemu and Xin Zhao of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, along with colleagues, published High density genome wide… Read more »

NGS-based Clinical Testing (Part II)

ngs-based clinical testing

We have come a long way since next-generation sequencing (NGS) evolved as a set of technologies in the 1970s. The higher throughput and rapid reduction of costs associated with NGS have lead to the accelerated adoption of clinical testing that we are experiencing today. Currently, it is applied to analyze inherited diseases, tumors, hematologic malignancies and infectious diseases. It is also… Read more »

Personalized Medicine through Tumor Sequencing

Tumor Sequencing

Join us for a guest presentation Personalized Medicine through Tumor Sequencing by Dr. Jeffrey Rosenfeld! Wednesday, September 7th 12:00 pm EDT The identification of medications that target specific gene mutations is one of the major recent advances in cancer therapy. In 2001 Gleevec was approved to treat patients with the BCR-ABL fusion in chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML). Since then many more drugs… Read more »

FAQ: Creating Repeatable Clinical Workflows

Repeatable clinical workflows

Question: Now that I’ve added annotation sources for my sample, filtered down to a list of interesting variants, flagged those variants and generated a clinical report, can I save or copy the annotation sources and filters for use on another sample? Short Answer: Yes! Long Answer: VarSeq was created with ease and efficiency in mind. In VarSeq, once you’ve defined… Read more »

NGS-based Clinical Testing (Part I)

NGS Testing

The adoption of genetic services is key to our ability to provide personalized medicine in the future. The goal is to better diagnose diseases, predict their outcome, and choose the best possible care option for a patient. We still have a long way to go to achieve this goal. While there is agreement about the ultimate goal, there is still… Read more »