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Precise Variants Characterized
QCI Interpret for Oncology contains over 6.4 million precise variants characterized in 18,000 genes.
New Variants Added Each Year
With over 5,000 new variants added each month, QCI Interpret for Oncology adds a total of 60,000 new variants per year.
Cases Processed Each Month
Trusted by labs around the world, QCI Interpret for Oncology processes over 15,000 cases each month.

The QIAGEN Knowledge Base

Built over 2 decades, the QIAGEN Knowledge Base leverages machine learning to rapidly index journal articles for mutations and human judgment and expertise (Augmented Molecular Intelligence) to ensure accuracy, relevance and context—every catalogued “finding” has been “touched” by a trained scientist.

The QIAGEN Knowledge Base is built on our own comprehensive ontology that uniformly models relationships between different entities, such as the relationship between a variant, the gene that it resides in, and the observed phenotype. The superior structured content ensures consistency and computability.