Whether you are a new or experienced user of Ingenuity Variant Analysis, you will benefit from attending this Tips and Tricks presentation. This presentation will walk you through several scenarios and give tips on how to work more efficiently and … Read More
Realizing the promise of genomics through rapid innovation in biological analysis and interpretation
Presenter: John A. Martignetti, M.D., Ph.D. and Garry Nolan Ph.D.
Original Broadcast Date:Thursday, March 13, 2014
Discover how intuitive web-based applications can help scientists quickly analyze and accurately interpret the biological meaning in their genomic data.
In the last few years, researchers and clinicians have been faced with the challenge of how to effectively sort through and accurately understand the biological meaning from their genomic data. Now, web-based applications such as QIAGEN's Ingenuity Platform can be used to better comprehend complex biological systems, answer questions, analyze and interpret data.
In this webinar, the audience will discover how Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) and Ingenuity Variant Analysis softwares can be used to provide new insight into and quick interpretation of their scientific findings.
The speakers, John Martignetti and Garry Nolan, will discuss how these software solutions were applied to their respective research areas to more effectively search, explore, visualize, analyze and interpret biological findings related to genes, proteins and small molecules.
Presenter: Vivien Sheehan, Asst. Prof. of Pediatrics Baylor College of Medicine
Original Broadcast Date: Thursday December 5, 2013
Vivien Sheehan will be speaking about her work in pharmacogenomics. This presentation will cover sickle cell disease (SCD), specifically the genetic component to fetal hemoglobin response to hydroxyurea. Such knowledge will enhance the ability to predict drug response, improving patient care by allowing selection of individuals who will benefit most from hydroxyurea, and offer alternative therapies.
See the whole picture! Powerful functionality enables you to understand causal connections between molecules and diseases. This Fall 2103 release of QIAGEN’s Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) has exciting new capabilities which enable interactive visual exploration of causality between molecules and … Read More
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs) are characterized by life-long changes in gene expression, neurodevelopment and behavior. What mechanisms initiate and maintain these changes are not known, but current research suggests a role for alcohol-induced epigenetic changes. We assessed alterations to … Read More
Knowledge of immune system and host-pathogen pathways can inform development of targeted therapies and molecular diagnostics based on a mechanistic understanding of disease pathogenesis and the host response. We used QIAGEN’s Ingenuity platform to investigate the feasibility of rapid target … Read More
Metal-rich particulate matter inhalation exposure results in target organ toxicity but also adverse systemic effects including cardiovascular dysfunction and immunosuppression. As a preliminary search for induction of systemic mechanisms, generation of comprehensive transcriptome datasets by DNA microarray, along with gene … Read More
The 2013 IPA Spring Release is here! Powerful new functionality enables you to upload, find, and compare datasets, and understand causal connections between diseases, genes, and networks of upstream regulators. Stuart Tugendriech, PhD, Scientific Director, IPA from QIAGEN Silicon Valley … Read More
This webinar discusses the analysis of whole genome sequence data in Alternating Hemiplegia of Childhood (ACH) samples using custom workflows and QIAGEN’s Ingenuity Variant Analysis platform to improve the sensitivity and specificity of genome interpretation.
Staff Scientists Jean-Noel Billaud and Megan Laurance present strategies for integrated analysis and interpretation of variant and gene expression data generated from cell lines representative of 2 breast cancer subtypes: Claudin-Low and Luminal. These subtypes represent different disease entities associated … Read More