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Diagnose Rare Diseases in Minutes – Clinical Whole Exome Sequencing and the ML-powered ENLITER™ System
Data & Time:
Wednesday, June 17, 2020 11:00 am – 12:00 pm (PST)
Laura Li (PhD, FACMGG) received a Doctor in Philosophy in Molecular Biology and Genetics from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She is the founder of Breakthrough Genomics, and former Clinical Director at Illumina and Associate Director of the Genomics Lab at Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.
There are 30 million people within the US who carry rare diseases, and often the average time to receive an accurate diagnosis is 4.8 years. With the sequencing cost dropping rapidly, more and more people are doing whole exome sequencing testing for rare disease diagnosis. Whole exome sequencing is comprehensive, interrogating all protein coding genes in a cost-effective manner, which is ideal for rare genetic disease diagnoses.
In this seminar presented by Clinical Molecular Geneticist Laura Li from Breakthrough Genomics, we will talk about how to efficiently analyze your exome data for rare diseases, or to use exome data to analyze your favorite gene panels using the machine learning powered clinical software platform ENLITER™. Real clinical cases will be presented to show how you can diagnose rare diseases in minutes, not hours or days.
● Review clinical whole exome sequencing services provided by Novogene
● Discuss Nvogoene’s data quality
● Discuss real clinical cases and reporting using ENLITER™
● Processing Novogene’s clinical Whole Genome data using ENLITER™
Uncover the Protein-coding Variants with Cost-effective Human Whole Exome Sequencing
Data & Time:
Wednesday, June 10, 2020 | 10:30 am-11:30 am PST, 1:30 pm-2:30 pm EST
Mary Grantham, Senior Technical Support, Novogene Corporation Inc.
It is estimated that 85% of the disease-causing mutations occur in the exome.，even exome (protein-coding regions) composes a very small fraction (~1%) of the genome. For this reason, exome sequencing provides a cost-effective alternative to whole genome sequencing. In this webinar, we will go over hWES project workflow, bioinformatics analysis options for your data, as well as Novogene powered case study, which will help you to discover how our services can empower your research benefits. Whether you are conducting studies in rare mendelian disorders, complex disease, cancer research, or human population studies, Novogene’s comprehensive human whole exome sequencing (hWES) service provides a high-quality, affordable, and convenient solution.
16S/18S/ITS Amplicon Metagenomic Sequencing – A Beginner’s Guide
Data & Time: Wednesday, June 3, 2020 | 10:30 am-11:30 am EST
Speaker: Harry Han, Product Specialist – Microbial, Novogene Corporation Inc.
Description16S/18S/ITS amplicon metagenomic sequencing is frequently used to identify and differentiate microbial species. Applications range from identifying a single species in pure culture and characterizing the microbiota of animals or plants, to comparing species diversity and population structure from various environmental sources or geographic regions. Since its foundation, Novogene has been a leader in NGS, dedicated to providing genomic services and solutions. Up till now, Novogene has sequenced hundreds of thousands of 16S/18S/ITS amplicon samples, resulting in 30+ published articles. In this webinar, you will learn about workflows for 16S/18S/ITS Amplicon Metagenomic Sequencing along with bioinformatics analysis options for your data. You will get an overview of different strategies and potential applications suitable for this service.
Meet RNA at Novogene: Introducing the service workflow and analysis content of Eukaryotic mRNA Sequencing
Data & Time: Wednesday, May 27, 2020 | 10:30 am-11:30 am PST | 1:30 pm-2:30pm EST
Speaker: Dr. Tovah Salcedo, Deputy Director of Technical Support, Novogene Corporation Inc.
DescriptionProfiling the transcriptome is important in unlocking cellular insights. Novogene’s Eukaryotic mRNA-Seq uses next-generation sequencing technology to analyze the continuous change of the cellular transcriptome. Besides library preparation and sequencing, explore the standard and customized data analysis packages that come with publication-ready results to meet virtually any project request in this webinar. The webinar will consist of a ~30 minutes presentation followed by a live Q&A session. To ensure the experience, please try to enter the webinar 10 minutes in advance.