With 3-4 million variants identified per sequenced human genome, it can be difficult to determine the few that count. Genome Trax™ enables you to positively identify variants of functional significance by mapping the NGS data to known elements such as disease mutations and regulatory sites. It can also filter out common variants, identify novel mutations that result in protein changes, or provide predictions on the functional impact of such variants.
If you are analyzing whole genome or exome sequencing data — Genome Trax™ is the tool to use. Genome Trax™ makes it easy to upload a complete genome’s worth of variations and, within an hour, identify the biologically relevant subset of known mutations, mutations that are novel and appear in a candidate disease genes, or mutations that are predicted to have a deleterious effect. This is the only resource that provides public content as well as proprietary data from HGMD®, TRANSFAC® and PROTEOME™.
Genome Trax™ provides a simple, easy-to-use online interface for biologists, geneticists and pathologists working with variant files. For bioinformaticians and computational biologists, the complete underlying data is made available for download and easy integration into custom analysis pipelines. Genome Trax™ data is already optimized to work with many other software packages, such as CLC bio, Avadis NGS, Alamut, SimulConsult, GeneData, and Cartagenia.