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Knaus 09-16-2013 06:21 AM

How to analyze your own exome
Are you curiose about your own exome and genetic variants?

Would you like to get your exmoe sequences and anlyze it by yourself?

-> Participate in the Personal Exome Project run by GeneTalk

Visit and hit the "donate DNA button"

Read the participants information, enter your personal information and hit the submit button -> The PEP-Support will take care about your participation and contact you:

We send you a saliva extraction kit
Send back the saliva sample to GeneTalk
Create an account at GeneTalk
Your VCF file will be directly uploaded onto your account.

If you have your own VCF file already, simply register at GeneTalk and upload your VCF file onto your account

Start filtering your own exome vcf at GeneTalk
Provide annotations and view what other users write about specific variants
Rate and comment existing annotations
Help the community to find disease-causing mutations by providing annotations, gene-pnales for filtering or your expertise to the community.

If you would like to help the financing the PEP and the free platform GeneTalk, please dontate here:

BasementM 09-30-2013 09:06 AM

Sounds very nice. Good luck to your project.

ymc 10-21-2013 11:32 PM

Is this free?

Can I get fastq instead of vcf?

Knaus 01-09-2014 05:47 AM


Originally Posted by ymc (Post 119515)
Is this free?

Can I get fastq instead of vcf?

It is a freemium service. So you may upload single VCF files as a free user and filter them without limitations.
However if you want to filter multiple VCF files (e.g. Trio-analysis) you have to have a premium license).

GeneTalk supports only VCF files, but we can help to generate VCF from raw data; simply ask for a quote, it does not cost much!

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