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QIAGEN offers clinical labs early access to new Ingenuity solution for streamlined interpretation of patient sequencing data

New web-based product delivers fast and high-confidence interpretation and reporting of variants from next-generation sequencing data for molecular pathologists and medical geneticists Early access program of clinical interpretation and reporting solution will conclude by year-end, paving the way for early … Read More

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Causal Variants Front and Center at ASHG 2013

The analysis and interpretation of pathogenic variants was front and center at ASHG this year, with many talks and posters focused on findings from large-scale exome or genome studies for particular diseases. In a sign that times really are changing, … Read More

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We’re Getting AMP’d Up!

Next week, we’ll be joining our colleagues at the annual Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) meeting in Phoenix to absorb more than 25 hours of presentations, nearly 400 posters, and some 150 exhibition stands. We are particularly looking forward to … Read More

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Checking in with Natalie Ng

Last November, we posted a short interview with Natalie Ng, a local Bay Area high school student and 2012 summer intern here at QIAGEN Redwood City.  By any measure, Natalie has accomplished a lot.  And we are pleased to report … Read More

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Congratulations to the Recipients of the Fall 2013 Ingenuity Grants!

From our temporary home at the ASHG meeting in Boston, we are pleased to announce the six recipients from the second Ingenuity Grant Program. We received more than 100 excellent entries and were impressed with every single project we saw. … Read More

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Variant Analysis Helps Mt Sinai and the Center for Applied Genomics Advance Rare Disease Studies

We are very pleased to announce two separate collaborations with leading research institutions, the Mount Sinai Genetic Testing Laboratory and the Icahn Institute for Genomics and Multiscale Biology and the Center for Applied Genomics (CAG) at the Children’s Hospital of … Read More

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QIAGEN collaborates with a leading genomics center on a large-scale next-generation sequencing study of rare diseases in children

Collaboration with a leading research center aims to accelerate discovery of genomic causes of pediatric diseases, leading to potential new diagnostics and treatments   Ingenuity® Variant Analysis™ helps alleviate a critical bottleneck in discovery and interpretation of causal variants using … Read More

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QIAGEN’s Ingenuity® Variant Analysis™ Selected for Translational Genomics by Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Mount Sinai collaboration with QIAGEN Center of Excellence in Biological Interpretation demonstrates translational value of high-quality analysis of gene variants in rare diseases Accuracy and ease of use for clinical and laboratory geneticists and other medical professionals are cited in … Read More

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Clinical Geneticist Relies on Easy-to-Use Ingenuity Data Analysis for Exome Studies

Clinical geneticist and biotech entrepreneur Hugh Rienhoff is a longtime user of Ingenuity applications, trusting these tools for studies ranging from clinical trials of a new drug to understanding the genetic mysteries of his own daughter. Rienhoff, trained as a … Read More

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Activities Galore at ASHG

We are looking forward to next week’s annual meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics in Boston. More than 7,000 people will be descending on the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center to hear the latest about science, technology, and … Read More

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