We recently have exposed the powerful application of our newly released product, VSClinical and the included ACMG Guidelines. Our previous webcasts covered some basics on new algorithms and annotations behind the variant scoring and classification. Taking a step back for a moment, there are many long-time VarSeq users are familiar with our Trio template that comes packaged with the software. But, how does the Trio analysis fit into VSClinical?
In this webcast, we are going to explore some modifications to our baseline trio template showing how to incorporate the ACMG classification results into the various workflows. This will include capturing de novo, compound heterozygous, and dominant heterozygous variants. We will score criteria related to variant frequency, gene impact, and available study information. Additionally, we will also investigate the clinical section of the ACMG guideline tool to see how to leverage the inheritance and allelic state of each variant. After this webcast, the user will discover new avenues of examining trio data by utilizing the ACMG classifier to improve upon one of our classic templates.
About the Presenter
Darby Kammeraad is the Field Application Scientist Manager at Golden Helix, joining the team in April of 2017. Darby graduated in 2016 with a masters degree in Plant Sciences from Montana State University, where he also received his bachelors degree in Plant Biotechnology. Darby works on customer support and training. When not in the office, Darby is learning how to play guitar, hunting, fishing, snowboarding, traveling or working on a new recipe in the kitchen.