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Cody Sarrazin

About Cody Sarrazin

Cody Sarrazin is a Product Specialist Scientist at Golden Helix, joining the team in May of 2017. Cody graduated in 2014 with a doctorate degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Utah. Cody works on product testing and data curation. When not in the office, Cody is hanging out in the mountains or tinkering on a new project.

How We Curate OMIM: It’s Not as Easy as You Think

Relating human phenotypes to genotypes is the name of the game with OMIM, and as their website says, “is intended for use primarily by physicians and other professionals concerned with genetic disorders, by genetics researchers, and by advanced students in science and medicine.” The Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (or OMIM) was originally created by Dr. Victor A. McKusick in… Read more »

New and Updated Annotations

      Cody Sarrazin    December 7, 2017    No Comments on New and Updated Annotations
Genotype Imputation

Golden Helix is excited to announce a new round of novel and updated annotations; including a frequency track, a region track, and a gene track. All three of these tracks were created with the use of VarSeq and its Convert Wizard functionality. First, the expansive 1000 genomes track (1kG) has been updated to include sub-population allele frequencies and heterozygous and… Read more »

Golden Helix, Inc. – Your Annotation Curation Station

The current reduced cost and increase availability of genome sequencing has been making academics, clinicians and individuals alike excited with the possibility of increased research depth, diagnosing capability and personal curiosity. And although a freshly sequenced genome is chock-full of tasty letter snippets, the real revelation and education occurs when comparing to an annotation foundation. In this post, I’ll review… Read more »