Knowledge-Driven NGS Analysis

The GeneCards Suite-powered end-to-end NGS analysis and interpretation platform

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Integrating > 120 key data sources, the GeneCards® Suite Knowledgebase empowers your Next Generation Sequencing analysis by highlighting associations between genes and phenotypes, providing supporting evidence for immediate evaluation and automatically generating case reports.

Efficient and more accurate analysis

Standardize your analysis pipeline using customizable protocols.

Browse and identify key genetic variants in an easy-to-use, powerful user interface with flexible and interactive filters and annotations.

Analyze any combination of samples – rare disorders (single and family), cancer (tumor and tumor-germline) and more.

TGex helps you be a better analyst.

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Customizable Evidence-Driven Reports

Spend less time collecting evidence by leveraging TGex’s automatic and customizable reporting.

Once you have selected key variants in your analysis, you’re only two clicks away from getting a full report with all relevant annotations, evidence and publications. It’s that simple.


TGex generates the report for you.

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Available Anywhere

Cloud & On Premise

TGex can be deployed on the cloud or on premises, providing you with the freedom to choose how and where you work.

When installed within your firewall, integrate it with your commercial databases and internal and external data sources. Create your own in-house proprietary database based on your own sequencing data.

TGex makes it easy for you to scale up your NGS core capabilities.

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I have had the pleasure of working with VarElect and TGEX... which have an uncanny ability in discovering the right “culpable” variant in complex cases studied with whole exome sequence (WES)... both these programs have been extremely useful in our WES analyses. They are simple to use and yet most efficient. Thus, I recommend them very strongly.

Sergio D.J. Pena, MD, PhD, FRCP(C)

Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Immunology
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

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