How to Get to Mastermind from the UCSC Genome Browser

The UCSC Genome Browser provides free, public access to genome assemblies, allowing researchers and clinicians the opportunity to search the genomic data of humans and many other species. Academics and researchers have been utilizing this interactive suite of tools, evidence, and downloadable data files for nearly 20 years.

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Latest Updates to Mastermind: Search and Filter Interface

Updates to Mastermind: Search and Filter Interface Revisions – More Compact, Faster, and More Informative These are some of the latest improvements we’ve made to the search interface in the Mastermind Genomic Search Engine. The updates are especially useful for users searching with smaller screen devices such as notebook computers or tablets.

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Genomenon is 2020 Company of the Year in Global Clinical Genomics Interpretation

Genomenon was named the 2020 Global Company of the Year in Clinical Genomics Interpretation by Frost & Sullivan today. The distinguished award highlights the superiority of Mastermind as a pioneering and first-in-class genomic database and leading research tool accelerating precision medicine. Below is the report in its entirety.

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Latest Updates to Mastermind – Customization, Smart Filtering, and more

Happy 2020! We’re starting out the year with some new features in Mastermind: Personalize Your Dashboard with Locking Panes You can now lock detail panes open or closed to customize how you like to view the data in the Mastermind dashboard.

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Uncovering the Genomic Variant Landscape for Rare Disease BPAN

Beta-propeller Protein-Associated Neurodegeneration, or BPAN, is a rare genetic condition caused by mutations in the WDR45 gene. It is characterized by seizures, complex epileptic encephalopathies, developmental delays, and neurodegenerative symptoms similar to those found in Parkinson’s disease and currently has no cure.

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Genomic Variant Curation: “The Power of Zero”

As a parent, sometimes the most powerful answer you can give your children is “no”. Once they know where the boundaries are, they just might stop trying to navigate the gray area to find loopholes. The same can be said for genomic variant curation.

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