Convert the output of your tertiary analysis into a customized clinical report in one click.
VSReports provides the ability to generate clinical-grade reports. Reports are fully customizable, containing focused and actionable data. VarSeq ® software ships with report templates that are modeled off of the ACMG guidelines. Templates for both hereditary and cancer analysis are included free of charge, and we are happy to work with you to design templates specific to your needs.
Additionally, reports can be branded and styled to match the documents that your lab typically produces. With tight integration to your analysis results, you can also pull in additional annotation sources relevant to the sample being tested. By default, reports are created as HTML documents which can be exported to a PDF with a single click. Export formats are completely customizable and can be tailored to integrate with other services that use formats like XML as their input.
After filtering down your imported variants, simply select variants to include in your report. Then easily create a report that includes:
OMIM or the Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man is a full text, comprehensive catalog focusing on the relationship between phenotype and genotype of all known Mendelian disorders and over 15,000 genes. OMIM is updated on a daily basis with new literature, cross-references and hand-written descriptions and interpretations of genes, phenotypes and variants. The OMIM annotation source will be deeply integrated into VSReports.
With the careful curation of the OMIM resource at the phenotype, gene and variant level, the following descriptive and filterable data points will be joinable to your imported variants:
- Functional description of genes and phenotypes ready for physicians to orient themselves
- Lists of phenotypes linked to genes with supporting evidence and modes of inheritance of the phenotype (autosomal dominant, etc.)
- Paper references with relevant PubMed and direct URL Links to clinical relevant genetic resources such as testing guidelines, ontology and gene test registries
- Descriptive interpretations for variants curated from published papers with family and disease context
Blog Post - New & Improved Report Templates
Clinical reports come in all shapes, sizes and flavors. With that in mind, our clinical reporting interface VSReports was built to be highly customizable and flexible.
Webcast - Using Clinical Reports in a Gene Panel Pipeline
Blog Post - N-of-one integration in VSReports
If you or your lab uses N-of-One solutions for clinical annotations, here’s some good news: You can now submit directly to N-of-One from VarSeq!