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May 27, 2020
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Analyzing Complex Genomic Variants in Somatic Cancer

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Next generation sequencing (NGS) technologies facilitate the accurate detection of genetic variants. Yet, the process of analyzing and classifying more complex alterations remains challenging.  In this educational webinar, we focus on gene fusions, co-occurring variants, copy number variants, and tumor mutational burden (TMB), and we provide practical strategies for analyzing and classifying these complex variants in the context of somatic cancer.

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