17. ConclusionΒΆ

That concludes the VarSeq VSClinical AMP Guidelines workflow tutorial. More information about the VSClinical AMP Guidelines can be found in the following Golden Helix webcasts. The first is an introduction of the AMP Guidelines and the second is an introduction to the Drugs and Trials addition.

This webcast goes through a VSClinical AMP Guidelines workflow similar to the process shown in this tutorial.

A more in depth look into the Oncogenicity Scoring can be found in the following webcast.

And finally for more details of using CancerKB and building up your lab specific interpretation knowledgebase.

Information can be found from our eBook Library. The eBook that focuses on the AMP Guidelines is Clinical Variant Analysis for Cancer.

If you are interested in getting a demo license to try out additional features that require an active license, such as creating a project, adding annotation sources, and saving project, please request a demo from Golden Helix.

This tutorial was designed to give a taste of all the features and capabilities of VarSeq and a brief orientation to key features. For any additional assistance, please contact our support team (support@goldenhelix.com).

If you are interested in getting a demo license to try out additional features that require an active license, such as creating a project, adding annotation sources, and saving project, please request a demo from: Discover VarSeq

If you have an active license, we encourage you to try out the intermediate tutorial on Cancer Gene Panels: Cancer Gene Panel Tutorial

Additional features and capabilities are being added all the time, so if you do not see a feature you need for your workflows please do not hesitate to let us know!