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POSTER SESSIONS
W=Wednesday authors will present; T=Thursday authors will present; F=Friday authors will present
3686
W Optimized sample and library preparation of
FFPE tumor samples for targeted next-generation
sequencing.
N. Udar, R. Haigis, E. B. Jaeger.
3687
F TargetRich™: Targeted sub-exome sequencing.
I. A. Vasenkova, K. Jansen Spayd, T. Shvetsova, D. A.
Kloske, R. C. Bachmeyer, D. T. Moore, K. E. Varley.
3688
W A functional approach to sequence capture
analysis of disease pathways.
M. Wijdicks, D. Burgess,
M. D’Ascenzo, M. Brockman, J. Wendt, C. Skalitzky, D.
Green, T. Richmond, L. Brown, R. Slezer.
3689
F Comparison of two NGS preparation methods
for preimplantation and prenatal screening and
diagnostics.
J. P. Langmore, E. Kamberov, M.
Mastronardi, T. Tesmer.
3690
W Droplet digital PCR enables reliable
discrimination of copy number variation.
J. R. Berman,
N. Heredia, J. Regan, L. Montesclaros, S. Hodges, C.
Troup, G. Karlin-Neumann.
3691
F Integrating high-quality DNA sequence capture
with MiSeq for clinical sequencing.
P. Shen, W. Wang, A.
Chi, R. Davis, C. Scharfe.
3692
W Improved performance of solution based target
enrichment by spike-in of individually synthesized
capture probes.
G. R. Mehta, Locus Development, Inc.
3693
F Accurate multiplexing for clinical next-generation
DNA sequencing.
M. A. Umbarger, G. P. Porreca.
3694
W Enhanced performance of the Illumina MiSeq
®
next-generation sequencing ecosystem.
K. Hall, C.
Tregidgo, I. Rasolonjatovo, A. Breton, J. Bwanali, A.
Jackson, E. Vermaas, D. Bond, M. Siu, C. Bruce, A.
Powell, P. Tran, D. McBride, M. Ross.
3695
F Single-day, highly multiplexed amplicon
sequencing with MiSeq
®
.
A. Iyer, A. Tian, K. Chang,
E. Guzman, E. Upsall, I. Lewis, M. Won, W. Chang,
D. Pokholok, R. Haigis, S. Norberg, M. Ronaghi, K.
Gunderson, R. Shen, C. Lin.
3696
W WildFire: A simple monoclonal colony
generation technology without emulsion PCR.
Z. Ma, K.
Lao, R. Lee, S. Goyal.
3697
F Nextera
®
Enrichment: A new Nextera library
prep protocol for targeted enrichment supporting 12-
plex pre-enrichment sample pooling.
P. McInerney, S.
Melnyk, M. Chen, M. Tsan, S. Cooper, H. Grunenwald, M.
Lewis, R. Shen, J. Whitacre.
3698
W Development of Ion Torrent’s 400-base
sequencing technology.
X. Peng, G. Luo, T. Lincecum, E.
Tozer, D. Mazur, K. Aguinaldo, G. Lowman, M. Landes, B.
Strohecker, T. Nikiforov, P. Vander Horn.
3699
F From tumor to genome sequence with
nanogram quantities of DNA: Ultralow target capture
and DNA-Seq from FFPE samples.
M. Phelan, L. Pham,
G. Miyada, S. Kain, T. Cormier.
3672
W Strategy for identification, prediction, and
prioritization of non-coding variants of uncertain
significance in heritable breast cancer.
P. K. Rogan, E.
J. Mucaki, A. Stuart, N. Bryans, E. Dovigi, B. Shirley, J. H.
Knoll, P. J, Ainsworth.
3673
F Genomic approach for environmental stress
assessment in coral,
Scleronephthya gracillimum
.
S.
Woo, S. J. Hwang, S. Yum, J. I. Song.
3674
W RNA-seq uncovers the influence of structural
variants on transcriptome diversity.
E. Ait Yahya
Graison, A. Reymond.
3675
F Detection of local signals in genomics.
D.
Siegmund, B. Yakir, N. Zhang.
3676
W Gene expression profiling of prokaryotic
samples using LIQA WT kit.
N. Guha.
3677
F In silico identification of microRNA-mRNA target
pairs as potential biomarkers in prostate cancer.
J.
Billaud, C. Tavano, D. Toburen.
3678
W Active learning for phenotype mapping.
C. Hsu,
J. L. Ambite, Y. Arens, L. Lange, S. Sharma, S. Voinea.
3679
F Filtering and annotation of variants that are
rare: Methods to facilitate the analysis of rare germline
genetic variants from massively parallel sequencing
datasets.
D. J. Park, T. Nguyen-Dumont, F. Odefrey, A.
Lonie, M. C. Southey, B. J. Pope.
3680
W Accurate, efficient next-generation DNA
sequencing for clinical carrier screening.
G. J. Porreca,
M. Umbarger, C. Kennedy, P. Saunders, B. Breton, N.
Chennagiri, J. Emhoff, V. Greger, D. Maganzini, C. Micale,
M. Nizzari, C. Towne.
3681
F High-throughput
CFTR
full-gene analysis using
Illumina’s MiSeq TruSeq custom amplicon technology.
J. Radecki, S. Lee, H. Lu, S. Mexal, A. Elliott.
3682
W Sensitive detection of minor variants and viral
haplotypes using Single-Molecule, Real-Time (SMRT
®
)
sequencing.
A. Sethuraman, Y. Guo, M. Brown, J. Toma,
A. Newton, W. Huang, M. Sugiyama, C. Petropoulos, M.
Mizokami, E. Paxinos.
3683
F High-throughput amplicon sequencing using the
personal genome machine.
J. Boland, D. Roberson, M.
Cullen, M. Yeager, K. Jacobs, S. Chanock, V. Lonsberry.
3684
W A simple method for improving the limit
of detection for capillary electrophoresis DNA
sequencing: A comparison of methodologies
for
KRAS
variant detection.
C. Davidson, E.
Zeringer, K. J. Champion, M.-P. Gauthier, F. Wang, J.
Boonyaratanakornkit, J. R. Jones, E. Schreiber.
3685
F HaloPlex target enrichment from FFPE tissues.
F. Roos, H. Johansson, M. Isaksson, P. Eriksson, L.
Forsmark, F. Dahl.