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With New Ebola Model, UW Scientists Track Genetics of Host Resistance

Scientists around the world are racing to learn more about the ongoing Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa, which as of November 2014 had claimed nearly 5,000 lives and infected more than 13,000. Thanks to remarkable new work from researchers … Read More

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Benchmarking Project Shows CLC Genomics Server Setup for HighSeq X Ten Halves Number of Compute Nodes Needed

For many of us who spend much of our time interpreting sequencing data for novel biological insights, you maybe interested in hearing about some of the dramatic improvements being made on upstream data processing and analysis before the data is ready … Read More

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Clinical Lab Director’s View Part 3: Somatic and Hereditary Cancer

  Recently we’ve been looking at the challenges of interpreting and reporting variants found in genetic tests by clinical labs. In this final post in our miniseries, QIAGEN Bioinformatics’ Clinical Science Director Junaid Shabbeer walks us through the intricacies of … Read More

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Clinical Lab Director’s View Part 2: Scoring a Variant

In this blog miniseries, we’ve asked Junaid Shabbeer, Clinical Science Director at QIAGEN Bioinformatics, to guide us through the process of analyzing DNA variants for genetic tests. In our last post we walked through what it takes to launch a … Read More

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Craniofacial Disorder Study Yields New Clues for Mount Sinai Researcher!

Physician-scientist Bryn Webb is using Ingenuity Variant Analysis to interpret sequence data from patients with rare congenital facial paralysis disorders. Just a few labs around the world specialize in these disorders, which include Moebius syndrome and other forms of facial … Read More

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Clinical Lab Director’s View Part 1: Launching a New Genetic Test

  Today we kick off a new series of blog posts focusing on the challenges associated with the interpretation and reporting of NGS-based diagnostic tests. We’ve been thinking about this a lot lately as clinical labs engage with our new … Read More

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Modeling Systems: How IPA Helps Manchester Scientist

At The University of Manchester, network modeling expert Adam Stevens uses QIAGEN’s Ingenuity Pathway Analysis to predict upstream regulators, molecular activity, and more for integrated ’omics data sets. A senior research associate in endocrine sciences at Manchester’s Institute of Human … Read More

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Product Update: QIAGEN’s IPA and Variant Analysis 2014 Fall Releases

We’ve had a busy fall here at QIAGEN Bioinformatics, culminating in significant product updates for both the IPA and Ingenuity Variant Analysis applications. These updates are part of our ongoing commitment to innovation in data interpretation and keeping pace with … Read More

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