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  • Webinar on Analysis of Variants using GeneSpring GX 14.9 on 6 Dec 2017

    Live webinar on Analysis of Variants using GeneSpring GX 14.9 by Dr. Dipa Roy Choudhury on 6 Dec 2017, 8 AM PST
    Variant analysis workflow in GeneSpring GX is designed for detection, management and analysis of genetic variants such as single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) and InDels. The webinar showcases SNP data analysis from a public repository for identification of germline and somatic mutations. This is a simple workflow for selection of homozygous SNPs from Variant Call Format (VCF) file and for filtering based on heterozygous SNPs, multi-nucleotide polymorphisms (MNPs) and insertion-deletions (InDels). Multi-omic integration of datasets shows related attributes from different datasets in a biologically meaningful way.
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