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- About GHI (8)
- Add-on scripts & data repository (12)
- Assessment of new methods (5)
- Best practices in genetic analysis (16)
- Big picture (22)
- Bioinformatic support (9)
- Clinical genetics (6)
- Customer success (18)
- General statistical genetics principles (6)
- How to's and advanced workflows (14)
- News, events, & announcements (45)
- Paper review (2)
- Personal genomics (7)
- Plant & animal (6)
- Technology review (25)
- The Next Chapter of Golden Helix: Our Launch of SVS 8
- First Golden Helix Research Competition a Great Success!
- The New Human Genome Reference and Clinical Grade Annotations: It’s All About the Coordinates
- Public Data? What’s that good for anyway?
- Fun in the Sun – Headed to Tri-Con and AGBT next week
Category Archives: Personal genomics
On my flight back from this year’s Molecular Tri-Conference in San Francisco, I couldn’t help but ruminate over the intriguing talks, engaging round table discussions, and fabulous dinners with fellow speakers. And I kept returning to the topic of how … Continue reading
My investigation into my wife’s rare autoimmune disease I recently got invited to speak at the plenary session of AGBT about my experience in receiving and interpreting my Direct to Consumer (DTC) exomes. I’ve touched on this before in my … Continue reading
In preparation for a webcast I’ll be giving on Wednesday on my own exome, I’ve been spending more time with variant callers and the myriad of false-positives one has to wade through to get to interesting, or potentially significant, variants. … Continue reading
Join me on December 5th for a one-hour webcast as I explore my personal exome provided by the Exome Pilot project of 23andMe. Exome sequencing has seen many success stories in the realm of diagnosing highly penetrant monogenic disorders as … Continue reading
There is nothing cooler than having something arrive that you have been excitedly waiting for: last week I got an email notification that my 23andMe exome results were ready. Actually, I got 3 emails that my exome results were ready. … Continue reading
I recently transitioned jobs – from researching early diagnostics for Type II Diabetes using several omics technologies such as proteomics, metabolomics, and lipidomics – to working with genomics data at Golden Helix. As scientists, one of the questions we face … Continue reading