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Using the ENCODE Resource for Functional Annotation of Genetic Variants, January - March 2015

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On January 22, 2015, Mike Pazin presented a talk entitled "The ENCODE Project: Interpreting Genomes Using Maps" at The Academy of Medicine, Engineering, and Science of Texas (TAMEST) 2015 Annual Conference.

On March 11, 2015, Mike Pazin published an article in Cold Spring Harbor Protocols entitled "Using the ENCODE Resource for Functional Annotation of Genetics Variants."

These resources illustrate the use of the Encyclopedia of DNA Elements (ENCODE) resource to generate or refine hypotheses from genomic data on disease and other phenotypic traits.
 

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Using the ENCODE Resource for Functional Annotation of Genetic Variants

Mike Pazin, National Human Genome Research Institute

Presentation: Using the ENCODE Resource for Functional Annotation of Genetic Variants [PubMed]

Using the ENCODE Resource for Functional Annotation of Genetic Variants

Mike Pazin, National Human Genome Research Institute

 PresentationYouTube video  The ENCODE Project: Interpreting Genomes Using Maps [TAMEST]

For questions or more information contact:

Michael Pazin, Ph.D.
E-mail: pazinm@mail.nih.gov

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Posted: August 25, 2015