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Translating Next-Generation Sequencing into the Clinical Diagnostic Arena

Translating Next-Generation Sequencing into the Clinical Diagnostic Arena
Karl V. Voelkerding, MD
Medical Director, Advanced Technologies, ARUP Laboratories
X-GEN Congress, March 2010

Utilizing next-generation sequencing for clinical diagnostic purposes poses unique challenges with technological complexity around both wet bench and data analysis. At the March X-GEN Congress, Karl Voelkerding reviewed different approaches for streamlining technical processes and bioinformatic analyses to facilitate technology adoption in the clinic, including using next-generation sequencing for targeted resequencing of multiple genes which, when mutated, share common clinical features.

Here are the slides that accompanied his presentation:

 Voelkerding presentation slides, X-GEN 2010 

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