This webinar is geared towards those interested in getting copy number results from WES, WGS, and targeted panel NGS.
Zhiwei Che, Ph.D.,
Field Application Scientist
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is mainly used to obtain sequence variants (SNVs). Getting copy number results from NGS, though, has gained momentum in both research and clinical applications. Nexus Copy Number has two methods to get copy number results from NGS data, with pair matched normals or with pooled normals.
This webinar will illustrate how easy and straightforward it is to import BAM files in Nexus Copy Number to detect copy number events. The demo will use cancer and constitutional samples from
- Whole exome sequencing
- Whole genome sequencing
- NGS targeted panels
- Sequence variants from VCF files