Category Archives: Big picture

Cheryl Rogers

Our top 5 most visited blog posts

Over the last year our blog has seen a boom in visits and of course, I became curious. What brings people to “Our 2 SNPs…”? So, I decided to take a look at the blog posts that our community find … Continue reading

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Andreas Scherer

Question and Answers: Cancer Gene Panels Webcast

Last week we conducted a webcast on “Cancer Gene Panels”; you can find the recording here. We had some excellent questions which we answered during the webcast and a few more that we didn’t get to in the allotted time. … Continue reading

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Andreas Scherer

Final thoughts on AGBT 2015

It was a great trip down to Florida this year. AGBT 2015 was an exciting event with lots of great presentations. For us in this tightly-knit community it is an excellent networking opportunity to catch up with existing clients and … Continue reading

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Andreas Scherer

Introducing Phenotype Gene Ranking in VarSeq

Personal genome sequencing is rapidly changing the landscape of clinical genetics. With this development also comes a new set of challenges. For example, every sequenced exome presents the clinical geneticist with thousands of variants. The job at hand is to find out … Continue reading

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Gabe Rudy

What TriCon 2015 Foreshadows for Clinical Genomics

I spent a very eventful week at the Molecular TriCon in downtown San Francisco, and have been pondering the very clear trends that emerged by attending the clinical and NGS focused talks. Cancer gene panels make sense economically and as … Continue reading

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Andreas Scherer

TriCon 2015

TriCon 2015 was well worth the visit to San Francisco. The combination of extensive programming in conjunction with a large exhibition makes it a must-attend event for scientist and professionals in our industry and the conference seems to grow year over … Continue reading

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Cheryl Rogers

Golden Helix and Fluxion Biosciences Join in a Global, Value-Added Reseller Agreement

Today, Golden Helix and Fluxion Biosciences announced a collaboration in a value-added reseller relationship. The relationship will bring the VarSeq software application to Fluxion’s global client base providing them with a method to study tumor DNA in the circulation. Fluxion is … Continue reading

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Cheryl Rogers

PreventionGenetics to Use GoldenHelix’s VarSeq for Dx Test Offering

Today, we at Golden Helix announced our collaboration with PreventionGenetics as they prepare to implement the VarSeq software into their exome sequencing pipeline. The VarSeq software will allow PreventionGenetics to offer an exome test by dramatically speeding up the analysis process. … Continue reading

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Andreas Scherer

Final Thoughts on PAGXXIII

The Plant & Animal Genome XXIII Conference (PAG) was again a success. It’s the venue for leading genetic scientists and researchers involved in plant and animal research to meet with their peers. If anything the event continues to grow. The … Continue reading

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Cheryl Rogers

VarSeq helps fuel expansion at NorthShore University HealthSystem

Golden Helix and the NorthShore University HealthSystem recently announced our collaboration as the NorthShore puts the VarSeq software to work in it’s gene panel pipeline. VarSeq will be used in Northshore’s clinical lab to help them realize their aggressive expansion plan for 2015. The … Continue reading

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