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  • Introduction
  • ENCODE and GTEx
  • EN-TEx: Expression & Regulation Analysis of Personalized Genomes
  • Assembling and Analyzing Personal Genomes
  • Genomic Sequencing Data
  • De Novo Assembly
  • Assembly Contiguity
  • Assemblytics: Assembly-Based Variant-Caller
  • Structural Variations vs GRCh38
  • Missing Insertions from Short and Linked Read?
  • Map to Reference
  • Small Variant Analysis
  • Consensus SV Analysis with SURVIVOR
  • 10X LongRanger Variant Calls
  • NGM-LR + Sniffles: PacBio SV Analysis Tools
  • Sniffles PacBio Variant Calls
  • Structural Variations Concordance
  • Phase Variants & Construct Diploid Chromosomes
  • Phasing Results
  • AlleleSeq: Constructing the Personal Genomes
  • Structural Variations Across the Genome
  • Personalized Phased Diploid Genomes
  • Acknowledgements
  • Thank You
  • Q&A
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  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University
  • Speaker: Michael Schatz, Bloomberg Distinguished Associate Professor of Computer Science and Biology / Johns Hopkins University