We are happy to announce the first stable release of VarFish v1.2.0. This is the first stable “version 1” release and many features have been added since the last release.
We are continuing with another installment of the R crash course.
On June 29th 2021, the Charité Comprehensive Center and the Core Unit Bioinformatics presented during the VICC ClinGen Somatic Virtual Molecular Tumor Board, which is part of the ACMG Education Center and organized by members of the Variant Interpretation for Cancer Consortium. In particular, Drs. Michael Ruschel and Manuela Benary and Prof. Serge Leyvraz introduced the molecular tumor board at Charité, Berlin and current national studies on precision oncology. Afterwards they presented a recent case with an NTRK fusion, highlighting the need for precision oncology and communication within an interdisciplinary team.
This is the second installment of the R crash course.
We are happy to announce VarFish Release v0.23.0. The key feature of this release is the export of Clinvar XML from user annotation data with very few clicks. This release also includes new external service integration and various bug fixes.
By providing Docker Compose and prebuilt database files, installing a VarFish server is now really simple.
Next R Crash Course in March 2021
SODAR-Core technology paper published in JOSS
Paper with Daminan Rieke receives QUEST award
Deep Learning assisted Peak Curation for large scale LC-MS Metabolomics