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With QCI Interpret for Oncology, you can be confident that every clinical recommendation you make is backed by the latest peer-reviewed publications, clinical practice guidelines, FDA therapeutics, and open clinical trials, all vetted by M.D. and Ph.D.-level expert curators who do the reading for you.
Use QCI Interpret for Oncology as a variant analysis, interpretation, and decision support software to evaluate somatic genetic variants in the context of professional association guidelines, published clinical cases, clinical trials, and publicly available databases. Quickly retrieve curated variant lists obtained from comprehensive tumor genomic profiling.
Use QCI Interpret for Oncology to group, filter, and prioritize genetic variants from the variant lists. Find actionable mutations in driver genes and match driver alterations with specific drugs allowing personalized therapeutic management. Sort your variants by interpretation type, alteration type, and clinical actionability in search for those that could be used as prognostic and therapeutic biomarkers.
Clinical cases are deeply curated to gather specific evidence for automated computation of an AMP-recommended classification into 4 categories: Tier 1- variants of strong clinical significance (Level of evidence A and B), Tier 2- Variants of potential clinical significance (Level of evidence C and D), Tier 3 –Variants of unknown clinical significance, and Tier 4- Benign or Likely benign variants. For each computed classification the criteria engaged are displayed along with the supporting evidence.
QCI Interpret for Oncology goes beyond genomic descriptive information to include data on clinical impact (diagnostic, prognostic, predictive), matched drugs available, and therapeutic effect. When searching for appropriate therapeutic options, the actual diagnosis is usually used to match treatments and clinical trials. QCI Interpret for Oncology offers the opportunity to search for treatment and clinical trials even in the case of an unknown diagnosis.
The QIAGEN Knowledge Base contains published articles that refer to the specific variants, along with the categorization of the article types: clinical cases, functional studies, drug labels and guidelines, treatment studies, prognostic studies, reviews, and external database reports.
In QCI Interpret for Oncology you can inspect and evaluate the curated data to make a final decision on the pathogenicity/actionability assessment and reportability status (allow the variant to be displayed on the final clinical report). When vetting the criteria in the Assessment window, you can easily add your own criteria for the final variant assessment.
QCI Interpret for Oncology provides expert test interpretation with the updated new world data from basic research and clinical trials. QIAGEN’s goal is to enable customers to generate real-world insights from increasingly large genomic data sets.
QCI Interpret for Oncology enables you to simultaneously search for both single nucleotide variants (SNVs) and copy number variants (CNVs) in each sample. The software provides an integrative view of the small variations together with large exonic indels. To narrow down the list of variants, you can filter and prioritize them according to actionability.
QCI Interpret for Oncology lists the co-occurring variants in each sample. If the mutations occur in the same gene, the software’s “protein view” shows the presence of the mutations, their positions, and their effect on the protein.
QCI Interpret for Oncology identifies and lists co-occurring variants in each clinical sample, providing evidence on the clinical effect with reference to relevant guidelines. The software allows you to filter variants according to genes in which actionable mutations are detected and to visualize the co-mutations that exist in the sample. Users also receive an expert explanation on the clinical effect of the co-occurring mutations with reference to clinical guidelines.