Informatics to help guide decisions in cancer research
Managing, and ultimately interpreting, the significant quantities of variant data produced by next-generation sequencing (NGS) and cytogenetics workflows presents a formidable challenge. In cancer research specifically, the wide range of variants in tumor and blood samples presents challenges for efficient, accurate, and thorough analysis of cancer-relevant data.
Oncomine informatics helps you:
- Prioritize variants, find the relevant few
- Calls variants, identify and annotate cancer drivers for further investigation
- Quickly create custom, lab-generated reports, integrate NGS and cytogenetics data for myeloid cancer reporting, and help guide decisions for cancer research
Dependable informatics for discovery and decisions in cancer research
The Oncomine Informatics workflow enables high quality data, prioritizes and annotates driver variants, and completes with software to link relevant biomarkers to a curated knowledgebase of labels, guidelines, and clinical trials from public sources.
Streamlines sequencing runs and creates BAM files
Annotate and filter
Calls variants, identifies and annotates cancer drivers
Links biomarkers to relevant evidence curated from public sources
Intuitive, web-based interface through the Torrent Browser makes it fast and easy to plan, monitor, and view sequencing run results to enable high quality data for analysis.
Simplify your bioinformatics path to discovery with Ion Reporter Software. By helping to remove barriers in NGS data analysis, this software enables you to focus on finding the biological meaning of your data.
Oncomine Reporter produces clear and concise reports by linking relevant biomarkers with a curated knowledgebase of information from public sources including targeted therapies, guidelines, and global clinical trials.
Enabling a powerful set of analysis functions that compute gene expression signatures, clusters, and gene-set modules, Oncomine Platform Software automatically extracts biological insights from data.
For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.