QCI I Translational

Identification of Putative Functional Variants in Claudin-Low Tumors

April 07, 2021

Claudin-low breast cancer is a molecular subtype of breast cancer that is associated with poor survival.

In this on-demand eCase Study video, Jim Hayes, a field application scientist at Qiagen, discusses an analysis workflow to search for putatively functional variants in claudin-low breast cancer cell lines by comparing them to luminal breast cancer cell lines using QCI Interpret Translational.

The presentation outlines a filtering strategy to identify true, rare, homozygous variants in claudin-low cell lines for functional follow-up in the lab.


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