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Promising COVID-19 Immunotherapy Targets CCR5

In this Clinical OMICs webinar, sponsored by Bio-Rad, IncellDx presents an overview of CCR5 antagonists and the ddPCR data that enabled validation of their hypothesis to move 4 CCR5 inhibitors into trials for treatment of COVID-19.
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Optical Mapping in Rare Genetic Disease Diagnosis

Sponsor: Bionano Genomics

Interpreting NGS Tests for Inherited Disorders

Today genetic innovation is advancing at breakneck pace. Despite incredible advances in sequencing technology, most notable being next-generation sequencing (NGS), genetic has only recently become a clinical application. The challenge is no longer how to sequence DNA, but how to interpret a patient’s genetic variation in a meaningful and actionable way. In this eBook Qiagen looks at three trends that will change how NGS tests for inherited disorders are analyzed and interpreted in the future.

Predicting Breast Cancer Outcomes Using AI Models and Federated Learning

In this Clinical OMICs webinar, sponsored by Owkin, a distinguished panel of breast cancer experts and machine learning researchers, including world-renowned expert Dr. Fabrice André, will explore how clinicians and data scientists can collaborate to accelerate research through the application of novel computational and federated learning techniques.
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Whole-Genome Sequencing Comes of Age in Clinical Care

In this Clinical OMICs KEYNOTE webinar, sponsored by Illumina, we are delighted to host two true pioneers of clinical genome sequencing, bioinformatician Dr. Liz Worthey and geneticist Dr. Howard Jacob, who will reflect on a decade of progress in clinical genome analysis and discuss the future challenges confronting the field.
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Newborn Genomic Screening: In Sickness and In Health

In this inaugural Clinical OMICs Keynote webinar, we are proud to host two renowned leaders in the field of genomic medicine, Drs Stephen Kingsmore and Robert Green, who will discuss their pioneering work in the field of newborn genome sequencing and analysis.
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Clinical Research in a Real-Time Sequencing Age

Oxford Nanopore’s DNA/RNA sequencing technology delivers ultra-long reads (up to 2 Mb), enabling rapid and comprehensive analysis of variants. With devices scalable from portable to benchtop, nanopore sequencing offers a cost-effective solution to the challenges faced by traditional sequencing platforms.

From Bench to Clinic—The Potential of New Sequencing Tools

Sponsored content brought to you by As genome sequencing technology advances, researchers are increasingly exploring emerging tools for a host of potential clinical applications. Andrew...
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Mainstreaming Precision Oncology

Sponsored content brought to you by   What if every patient’s oncologist or lab testing personnel had access to an online digital encyclopedia of cancer mutations,...
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