Multi-omic changes in the postnatal mouse heart identified by QIAGEN Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) and QIAGEN OmicSoft

May 18, 2020

Multi-omics experiments allow researchers to make important discoveries in ways that have never before been possible. However, integrating these data into a broader biological context can be challenging and time consuming when using standard resources. At QIAGEN, we have introduced an innovative solution to this challenge: The market-leading QIAGEN Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA) software integrated with our QIAGEN OmicSoft databases. In this webinar, Lynne Mullen, Ph.D., Senior Scientist, QIAGEN Digital Insights, will present a use case for QIAGEN IPA and QIAGEN OmicSoft in the analysis of changes in postnatal mouse heart tissues using transcriptomic, proteomic and metabolomic data.

These topics will be discussed in this webinar:

• Sample to Insight workflows

• Processing and uploading of transcriptomic, proteomic and metabolomic data

• Biological analysis of these types of data

• Interpreting the results in a larger context

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Speaker: Lynne Mullen, Ph.D. Senior Scientist, Advanced Genomics Applications, QIAGEN

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