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Our presenter, Dr. Andrea O’Hara, discussed the following topics during the presentation.

When designing a research project, we often consider the alternate options for our data after the primary objective has been completed. After you’ve studied the methylation profile and sequenced the exomes of a series of samples, what else can you do with the data? In this webinar, we:
  • Describe how you can get the full potential of your results by estimating copy number from the methylation data, whole exome sequencing and traditional SNP microarray

  • Demonstrate how to process and analyze methylation arrays for copy number estimation from both cancer and constitutional samples using Nexus Copy Number 8.0

  • Review copy number estimation from whole exome sequencing with both paired and pooled references

  • Compare the copy number results from methylation array and NGS to traditional SNP microarray within the same samples

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Andrea O'Hara, Ph.D.
Field Application Scientist
BioDiscovery, Inc.

Audience
This webinar is geared towards those interested in studying copy number variation from methylation arrays, NGS or traditional copy number arrays.