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How Much Exome Coverage Do I Need?

If I had a nickel for every time we answered the “How much coverage is that?” question in relation to our exome sequencing services, I wouldn’t need to be writing this article.  I’d be on a boat in the Caribbean.  But, I’m not on a boat anywhere, so with all my non-boating free time I thought I would try and collect information that would help people understand which important factors to consider when doing exome sequencing.

CLIA Inspection: A highly anticipated day

As many of you know, we received our CLIA designation back in March of this year for our first CLIA test, the Clinical Exome Test. While this is not a catchy name with a clever acronym, it does a pretty good job of conveying exactly what the test is, I believe. What you may not know is that you do not get inspected by State regulators before you receive your CLIA and State certificates, you get audited afterwards. So, while highly confident in our data submission package for CLIA application, until you get audited, there is still a bit of doubt as to whether you are truly good enough. Similar to asking someone to marry you, when proposing, generally you are pretty confident in the response. But there is always that little bit of doubt…

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Targeted Sequencing White Papers 5 of 5: Exome Sequencing Cheat Sheet

This is the fifth of five posts released this week during ASHG2012 highlighting our targeted resequencing white papers available on our website

 

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Targeted Sequencing White Papers 4 of 5: Data Delivery

This is the fourth of five posts released this week during ASHG2012 highlighting our targeted resequencing white papers available on our website

 

 Data Delivery (PDF)

 

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Targeted Sequencing White Papers 3 of 5: Tools of the Trade

This is the third of five posts released this week during ASHG2012 highlighting our targeted resequencing white papers available on our website

 

 Tools of the Trade (PDF)

 

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