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QIAGEN Clinical Insight (QCI) Interpret identifies targeted therapy and...

1,156 views December 08, 2016

Hematological malignancies originating from hematopoietic and lymphoid tissue are...

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Whole genome sequencing for outbreak analysis and pathogen typing

1,488 views November 30, 2016

With emphasis on outbreak prevention and control, this webinar walks investigators...

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Identifying key isoforms in your RNA-seq data with IsoProfiler

1,079 views November 18, 2016

Learn how to discover significant isoforms in your RNA sequencing data with the...

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Advanced RNA-seq analysis in CLC Genomics Workbench

1,337 views November 16, 2016

This CLC Genomics Workbench webinar is focused on how to use the Advanced RNA-Seq tools...

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Interpreting the biological meaning of your RNA-seq data in IPA

3,215 views November 11, 2016

Learn how to view and interpret your RNA-seq analysis results in IPA. Learn more about...

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Fast and easy identification of disease causing variants in hereditary diseases

799 views November 10, 2016

In this presentation, we will present our new one-step trio workflow, which...

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Detect low frequency variants from targeted DNA panels, with high accuracy

901 views November 09, 2016

In this webinar we demonstrate how to analyze unique molecular indices (UMIs) labelled...

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Interpreting your comparison analyses results in IPA

1,800 views October 28, 2016

Learn how to view and interpret your comparison analyses results in IPA and the...

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RNA-Seq Solution: Analyze your RNA-seq data in Biomedical Genomics Workbench

1,020 views October 28, 2016

In this webinar we show how to analyze paired tumor-normal samples from two cancers,...

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Part 1: Use of QCI Interpret to elucidate precision in breast cancer targeted...

885 views October 24, 2016

Breast cancer is a complex heterogeneous disease, with each subtype characterised by...