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Data analysis – still a bottleneck!

With the many NGS machines around in the field, we daily produce tremendous amounts of sequencing data. However, at the end of the day, all the data have to be analyzed and interpreted. In many cases, this step is still a bottleneck.

Please check the video below which is an interview with Lex Nederbragt, Bioinformatician at the Norwegian High-Throughput Sequencing Centre in Oslo, on this topic. He discusses the fact that the analysis tools which are available do not fully fulfill the needs of the researchers. In this context, he also discusses the use of open source and commercial software tools.

Lex Nederbragt discussing software bottlenecks and lack of flexible reference genomes from NGS Perspectives on Vimeo.

Clinical Genomics Using NGS Approach

Video by Cambridge Healthtech about the impact of next generation sequencing on clinical genomics.

Nazneen Aziz of the College of American Pathologists and Konrad J. Karczewski of Stanford University are talking about analytical and bioinformatics standards, personal analysis, challenges and interpretation services.