Exomes vs Genomes (re-visited)

The paper by Lupski et al in Genome Medicine provides fuel to the perpetual debate of Whole Exome Sequencing (WES) vs Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS). It takes me down the memory lane to my own presentation "Genomes or Exomes: evaluation of cost, time and coverage" at Beyond the Genome 2011 conference. (If you would like [...]


Journal Club: False-positive signals in exome sequencing

Detecting false-positive signals in exome sequencing Human Mutation I cannot believe that this paper is already a year old. There was a printed copy on my desk, but never got transmitted from the eyes into the brain!! Finally, there was enough time to review the paper and collate all the valuable information to share here. [...]

Journal Club: Indels in 179 genomes (1000genome data)

The origin, evolution and functional impact of short insertion-deletion variants identified in 179 human genomes Genome Research Finally there is a comprehensive analysis on indels, and of course it is the Next Generation Sequencing data that is driving it. I have my concerns with the biases of NGS technology and analysis along with ensuing false-positives [...]