Sentieon’s Secondary Analysis Tools Explained

Sentieon's Tools

We find ourselves talking a lot about our partnership with Sentieon … and more specifically, extolling the powerful, comprehensive genomic data analysis solution we are now able to offer clients. Sentieon’s suite of secondary analysis tools made a significant improvement in runtime over BWA-MEM, GATK, Mutect, and MuTect2 while providing deterministic and identical results. Here are two fantastic white papers that… Read more »

The votes are in … 2017 T-Shirt Design Competition Winners

T-Shirt Design Competition

  We were incredibly impressed with the amount of creativity the GHI Community delivered for this year’s T-Shirt Design Competition! A big thank you to everyone who participated. We are pleased to announce our three prize winners: First Place – James Hadfield, PhD, Head of Genomics Core at the University of Cambridge Second Place – Pia Pulido, High School Student… Read more »

Secondary Analysis 2.0 eBook

      Andreas Scherer    September 5, 2017    No Comments on Secondary Analysis 2.0 eBook

Next-Gen Sequencing promised to be the ultimate paradigm when it comes to genetic research and clinical testing since it contains the complete genetic information. When it comes to the current reality in testing labs, there are still a number of additional testing paradigms used in an analysis, specifically, copy number variations. Among these, labs still widely use Chromosomal Microarrays and… Read more »

Upcoming Webcast: Advantages of VarSeq’s Annotation Capabilities

genetic variants

September 13, 2017 12:00 PM, EST This month we’re branching out and covering a topic we’ve never explored before – annotation capabilities! Darby Kammeraad, Field Application Scientist at Golden Helix, will be giving us some insight into the advantages of VarSeq’s capability with annotations. The number of annotation topics to cover are seemingly limitless. In this webcast, we will focus… Read more »

Top 10 Posts for Understanding Clinical Annotation of Genomic Variants

Top 10

The VarSeq clinical platform is built on a strong foundation of data curation and annotation algorithms to ensure the variants identified have all the information required to make the correct clinical assessments.  It’s easy to make light of “variant annotation”, but the details run very deep into the roots of how we represent genomic data, how public data is aggregated, stored… Read more »