In 2007, the Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Technology was at the crest of realizing high throughput and prevision genetic testing for multigene and complex genetic diseases. Professors from the Emory University School of Medicine founded Otogenetics with support from National Institute of Health (NIH) to develop and provide the most advanced genetic testing to the research institutions and clinical care providers.
Otogenetics began offering NGS as a service to the commercial market in 2011 and launched its first clinical genetic test in the same year; – sequencing more than 100 genes associated with Syndromic and Non-Syndromic Hearing Loss. Since, the company has served both renowned Academic and Research Institutions and Clinical Diagnostic Laboratories in more than 30 countries. Our US customers include National Institute of Health (NIH), Center for Disease Control, (CDC), Harvard University, Stanford University, University of California San Francisco, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and accredited clinical laboratories.
Otogenetics was the first laboratory in the USA to enroll in CAP NGS proficiency tests and received 100% accuracy each time. The company holds CLIA Certification and is licensed in Georgia, California, Florida, and New York* to provide clinical genetic testing. Otogenetics is CAP-accredited for NGS testing.
Test offering now includes Hereditary Cancer Risk Assessment, Single Gene and Expanded Carrier Screening, NIPT, clinical exome, rare diseases, and other tests for personalized medicine or clinical trials.
NGS performed by Otogenetics provide clinicians and researchers with test results for genetic diagnoses and risk assessment and have resulted in the publications after rigorous expert reviews in highly reputable biomedical journals including Nature and Nature Medicine, attesting to the high caliber and quality of the gene panel design offered by the company. Otogenetics has also assisted medical schools in training a new generation of medical students in precision medicine. Selected publications and white papers are found above on the publications tab.
Xi Erick Lin, PhD
Emory University School of Medicine
Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery
Professor and Research Director
Department of Cell Biology
Doctor of Philosophy, PhD (1993) Neuroscience, University of Michigan
Postdoctoral Research Associate (1993-1994): Molecular Cardiology Laboratory, Department of Medicine, University of Chicago
Postdoctoral Research Associate (1994-1996): Auditory Physiology Laboratory, Northwestern University, Chicago
Editorial Board Chinese Journal of Audiology and Speech Pathology
Publications Committee Journal of Association of Research Otolaryngology
Reviewer for NIH grant applications in US and for international biomedical grant applications
Dr. Lin did his post-doctoral training at University of Chicago and Northwestern University and is currently a tenured professor at Emory University School of Medicine. He has received grant awards from NIH for basic and translational research, and biomedical business development. In addition to leading the research effort in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery and training students, postdoc, and residents, Dr. Lin participates frequently in NIH study sessions and reviews research and clinical grant applications for NIH. Dr. Lin is also on the editor board of PlosOne and the Journal of Otorhinolaryngology, Hearing and Balance Medicine. His research interests are gene therapy, genetics, and neuroscience. He has published several papers on the genetics and physiology of the auditory system in highly regarded journals, including PNAS, EMBO Molecular Medicine, Cell Research, American Journal of Medical Genetics, and Journal of Neuroscience.
Ping Helen Chen, PhD
Otogenetics Managing Director
Doctor of Philosophy, PhD (1996) Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics, University of Chicago
Post-Doctoral Fellow and Senior Research Associate House Ear Institute, University of Southern California
Co-Founder SA Biosciences
Reviewer for NIH grant applications in US and for international biomedical grant applications
Dr. Chen is a tenured Associate Professor at Emory University School of Medicine. She has received grant awards from NIH, March of Dimes Foundation of Birth Defect Research, and Human Frontier Science Program, European Union. She is an editor of the Journals Cilia and Developmental Dynamics, and a frequent guest editor for PloS Genetics. In addition to teaching and training graduate and medical students, and post-doctoral fellows, Dr. Chen is a reviewer for NIH cell biology and auditory study sections, and a member of NIH fellowship reviewer committee. She also participates frequently in international science program reviews including UK Wellcome Foundation and National Science Foundation in China. Her research interest is focused on cell biology, developmental biology, and genetics. She has published numerous papers on development and cell biology in prestigious journals, including Cell, Nature Cell Biology, Nature Genetics, PNAS, and Development.
Dr. Hung is a clinical pathologist with vast clinical pathology practice experience and medical licenses in several states. He had served as a teaching fellow in Pathology in Tufts University School of Medicine, chief of Laboratory Services in Navy Hospital in South Carolina, and director of laboratory in several medical centers and hospitals before joining Otogenetics as the medical director and the director of laboratory.
Research And Discovery, Clinical Genetic Diagnosis, And Medical Education
S Al-Tahan, L Weiss, H Yu, S Tang, M Saporta… – Neurology Genetics, (2019) New family with HSPB8-associated autosomal dominant rimmed vacuolar myopathy Skip to main content. Advertisement. Neurology.org; Journals: Neurology; Clinical Practice; Genetics; Neuroimmunology & Neuroinflammation. Collections: Topics AZ; Residents & Fellows; Infographics; Patient Pages; Translations
LM Drusbosky, NK Singh, KE Hawkins, C Salan… – Blood Advances, (2019) A genomics-informed computational biology platform prospectively predicts treatment responses in AML and MDS patients Skip to main content. Current Issue;
N Amarsaikhan, A Tsoggerel, C Hug, SP Templeton – The Journal of Immunology, (2019) The Metabolic Cytokine Adiponectin Inhibits Inflammatory Lung Pathology in Invasive Aspergillosis… RNA sequencing and Ingenuity Pathway Analysis mRNA sequencing and basic expression comparison analysis of mouse lung tissues from wild-type and adiponectin-deficient mice with IA at 72 h pi were performed by …
M Honda, T Kimura, Y Kamata, K Tashiro, S Kimura… – The Prostate Differential expression of androgen receptor variants in hormone‐sensitive prostate cancer xenografts, castration‐resistant sublines, and patient specimens according … … 2.3 RNA sequencing. Total RNA was extracted from JDCaP and JDCaP‐CR2M mice using an RNeasy Plus mini kit (Qiagen, Aarhus, Denmark) and submitted to Otogenetics Corporation (Norcross, GA) for RNA‐seq analysis
E Kounatidou, S Nakjang, SRC McCracken, SM Dehm… – Nucleic Acids Research, (2019) A novel CRISPR-engineered prostate cancer cell line defines the AR-V transcriptome and identifies PARP inhibitor sensitivities … Qiagen) and QC. 500 ng RNA of each triplicate sample was subject to library preparation using TruSeq Standed mRNA library prep kit (Illumina)(performed by Otogenetics Corporation, Atlanta, USA). Resultant libraries were
JJ Han, PD Nguyen, DY Oh, JH Han, AR Kim, MY Kim… – Scientific Reports, (2019) Elucidation of the unique mutation spectrum of severe hearing loss in a Vietnamese pediatric population
AC Hepburn, RE Steele, R Veeratterapillay, L Wilson… – Oncogene, (2019) The induction of core pluripotency master regulators in cancers defines poor clinical outcomes and treatment resistance
B Lei, AR Flores, C Yeoman, M Liu – Microbiol Resour Announc, (2019) Complete Genome Sequence of Hypervirulent Streptococcus pyogenes emm3 Strain 1838 Skip to main content. ASM: Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotheraphy; Applied and Environmental Mircobiology; Clinical Microbiology Reviews; Clinical and Vaccine Immunology; EcoSal Plus; Eukaryotic Cell; Microbiology Resource …
B Cakir, L Tian, N Crofts, HL Chou, K Koper, CY Ng… – The Plant Journal Re‐programming of gene expression in the CS 8 rice line over‐expressing ADP glucose pyrophosphorylase induces a suppressor of starch biosynthesis … distribution of the Illumina libraries were determined using an Agilent Bioanalyzer 2100. The libraries were then submitted to Otogenetics Corporation (Norcross, GA USA) for Illumina HiSeq2000 sequencing. Two …
AC O’Neill, C Kyrousi, J Klaus, RJ Leventer, EP Kirk… – Cell Reports, (2018) A Primate-Specific Isoform of PLEKHG6 Regulates Neurogenesis and Neuronal Migration Skip to main content …
A Maharaj, F Buonocore, E Meimaridou, G Ruiz-Babot… – Journal of the Endocrine …, (2018) Predicted Benign and Synonymous variants in CYP11A1 Causes Primary Adrenal Insufficiency through Missplicing Page 1. Predicted Benign and Synonymous variants in CYP11A1 Causes Primary Adrenal Insufficiency through Missplicing Avinaash Maharaj, Federica Buonocore, Eirini Meimaridou, Gerard Ruiz-Babot, Leonardo Guasti, Hwei …
X Gu, PJ Coates, L Boldrup, L Wang, A Krejci, T Hupp… – Journal of Oral Pathology & …, (2018) Copy number variation: a prognostic marker for young patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the oral tongue… RNA samples from tumor and tumor-free tongue tissues were subjected to RNA-Seq at Otogenetics (Otogenetics Corporation, Atlanta, GA, USA) or Novogene (Novogene Bioinformatics Institute, Beijing, China). Sequencing libraries were generated using The
X Gu, PJ Coates, L Boldrup, L Wang, A Krejci, T Hupp… – Journal of Oral Pathology & …, (2018) Copy number variation: a prognostic marker for young patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the oral tongue… RNA samples from tumor and tumor-free tongue tissues were subjected to RNA-Seq at Otogenetics (Otogenetics Corporation, Atlanta, GA, USA) or Novogene (Novogene … DNA samples were subjected to WES at Otogenetics or Novogene, and the Agilent …
ER Chimusa, P Beighton, J Kumuthini, RS Ramesar – Human Molecular Genetics, (2018) Detecting Genetics Modifiers of Spondyloepimetaphyseal Dysplasia with Joint Laxity (SEMDJL) in the Caucasian Afrikaner community… Exome sequencing analysis The SEMDJL subject were used for commercial WES (Otogenetics, Norcross, GA) and analyzed as previously reported [2, 3]. The SureSelect Human All Exon Kit, 38 Mb, from Agilent …
N ul Ain, M Iqbal, H Valta, CA Emerling, S Ahmed… – European Journal of …, (2018) Novel variants in natriuretic peptide receptor 2 in unrelated patients with acromesomelic dysplasia type Maroteaux… Clara, CA). 50 × coverage of paired-end reads were obtained on an Illumina Hi-Seq 2000 sequencer (Otogenetics, Norcross, GA). Reads were mapped to UCSC hg19 reference human genome (http://genome.ucsc.edu/). The …
O Maya-Lucas, S Murugesan, K Nirmalkar, LD Alcaraz… – Anaerobe, (2018) The gut microbiome of Mexican children affected by obesity… All samples were sequenced using the Illumina platform with HiSeq 2500 instrument, which produced paired-end 2 × 126 read length (Otogenetics Corporation, USA), with ≥40 M reads, and ≥5.2 Gb data per sample
B Quinn, N Rodman, E Jara, JS Fernandez, J Martinez… – Scientific Reports, (2018) Article. Human serum albumin alters specific genes that can play a role in survival and persistence in Acinetobacter baumannii
KJ Dillard, MK Hytönen, D Fischer, K Tanhuanpää… – PLOS ONE, (2018) A splice site variant in INPP5E causes diffuse cystic renal dysplasia and hepatic fibrosis in dogs Ciliopathies presenting as inherited hepatorenal fibrocystic disorders are rare in humans and in dogs. We describe here a novel lethal ciliopathy in Norwich Terrier puppies that was diagnosed at necropsy and characterized
S Lin, GV Harlalka, A Hameed, HM Reham, M Yasin… – BMC Medical Genetics, (2018) Novel mutations in ALDH1A3 associated with autosomal recessive anophthalmia/microphthalmia, and review of the literature … by HiSeq2000 using paired-end (2 × 100) protocol at a mean coverage depthof 30X at the Otogenetics Corporation (Norcross, GA … reference sequence [hg19] and read alignment, variant calling, and annotation were performed
RL Eriksen, AS Klein – Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, (2018) Organism-environment interactions and differential gene expression patterns among open-coastal and estuarine populations of Porphyra umbilicalis Kützing… 100. Library preparation by polyA cDNA isolation and sequencing on a HiSeq2000 platform was performed by Otogenetics Corporation (Norcross,GA, USA). Reads with adaptor contamination and low support bases were
S Jha, N Fratzl‐Zelman, P Roschger, GZ Papadakis… – Journal of Bone and Mineral …, (2018)… Distinct clinical and pathological features of melorheostosis associated with somatic MAP2K1 mutations d Article Page 7. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved 7 histopathological evaluation. Genomic DNA samples underwent deep whole exome sequencing (Otogenetics) with 107-270X coverage for each sample
HRW Gurnsey, J Christodoulou, RA Wevers, J Pitt Squalene Synthase Deficiency: Clinical, Biochemical, and Molecular Characterization of a Defect in Cholesterol Biosynthesis… WES was using DNA isolated from whole blood. For individuals 1 and 2, WES was performed by Otogenetics Corporation (Norcross, GA USA). ) In essence, exome enrichment was based on Agilent SureSelect AV5 Exon Coverage (Agilent Technologies …
G Kaur, RA Helmer, LA Smith, R Martinez-Zaguilan… – PloS one, (2018) Alternative splicing of helicase-like transcription factor (Hltf): Intron retention-dependent activation of immune tolerance at the feto-maternal interface PCR primers were synthesized by Midland Certified Reagent Company … and control littermate female mice = 10 total samples] were flash frozen and sent to Otogenetics Corp … Data were imported into iPathwayGuide
JB Rosa – (2018) Extracellular Cues in the Regulation of Tube Shape During Organogenesis Extracellular Cues in the Regulation of Tube Shape During Organogenesis. Abstract. Biological tubes adopt a variety of shapes to carry out their functions. In addition to multicellular tubes, single epithelial or endothelial cells…
T Hulett – (2018) Coordinated IgG Antibody and CD8+ T Cell Recognition of Tumor Antigens Page 1. Oregon Health & Science University OHSU Digital Commons Scholar Archive 6-2018 Coordinated IgG Antibody and CD8+ T Cell Recognition of Tumor Antigens Tyler Hulett Follow this and additional works at: https://digitalcommons.ohsu.edu/etd …
M Jalali-Sefid-Dashti, M Nel, JM Heckmann… – BMC Medical Genetics, (2018) Exome sequencing identifies novel dysferlin mutation in a family with pauci-symptomatic heterozygous carriers… Paired-end exome sequencing was performed at 50× coverage by CLIA accredited Otogenetics Corporation, Norcross, GA, USA using the Agilent SureSelect Human V5 + UTR capture kit and the Illumina HiSeq2000/2500 platform …
A Pantazopoulou, CM Galmarini, MA Peñalva – Scientific Reports, (2018) Molecular basis of resistance to the microtubule-depolymerizing antitumor compound plocabulin
PLA Leighton, R Kanyo, GJ Neil, NM Pollock… – Journal of Biological …, (2018) Prion gene paralogs are dispensable for early zebrafish development but have non-additive roles in seizure susceptibility Page 1. Prion paralogs are dispensable for zebrafish development! 1 Prion gene paralogs are dispensable for early zebrafish development but have non-additive roles in seizure susceptibility Patricia LA Leighton, Richard Kanyo …
HR Waterham, J Christodoulou, RA Wevers, J Pitt – The American Journal of Human …, (2018) David Coman,* Lisenka ELM Vissers, 6, 20 Lisa G. Riley, 7, 8 Michael P. Kwint, 6 Roxanna Hauck, 8 Janet Koster, 9 Sinje Geuer, 6 Sarah Hopkins, 10 Barbra Hallinan … Page 1. REPORT Squalene Synthase Deficiency: Clinical, Biochemical, and Molecular Characterization of a Defect in Cholesterol Biosynthesis …
JT Roberts, DG Patterson, VM King, SV Amin… – Processes, (2018) ADAR Mediated RNA Editing Modulates MicroRNA Targeting in Human Breast Cancer RNA editing by RNA specific adenosine deaminase acting on RNA (ADAR) is increasingly being found to alter microRNA (miRNA) regulation. Editing of miRNA transcripts can affect their processing, as well as which messenger …
MQ Reeves, E Kandyba, S Harris, R Del Rosario… – Nature Cell Biology, (2018) Multicolour lineage tracing reveals clonal dynamics of squamous carcinoma evolution from initiation to metastasis
AE Mustafa, T Faquih, B Baz, R Kattan, A Al-Issa… – Genes, (2018) Validation of Ion TorrentTM Inherited Disease Panel with the PGMTM Sequencing Platform for Rapid and Comprehensive Mutation Detection Quick and accurate molecular testing is necessary for the better management of many inherited diseases. Recent technological advances in various next generation sequencing (NGS) platforms, such as target panel-based sequencing …
JT Roberts, DG Patterson, VM King, SV Amin… ADAR Mediated RNA Editing Modulates Micro RNA Targeting in Human Breast Cancer … RNA was isolated and suspended in Trizol per standard manufacture protocol before being shipped to Otogenetics
X Gao, JC Xu, WQ Wang, YY Yuan, D Bai, SS Huang… – BioMed Research …, (2018)… deafness genes. A Missense Mutation in POU4F3 Causes Midfrequency Hearing Loss in a Chinese ADNSHL Family Capture and NGS of the coding exons for the 129 deafness genes and their flanking 100 bps (Supplemental Table 1) were performed on an Illumina
TW Hulett, SM Jensen, PA Wilmarth, AP Reddy… – Journal for ImmunoTherapy …, (2018) Coordinated responses to individual tumor antigens by IgG antibody and CD8+ T cells following cancer vaccination from our 4T1 cell line bank using a Qiagen DNeasy kit and sent to a contractor for whole-exome sequencing (Otogenetics) at a … Twenty-five μg of each digested sample was then solid phase extracted using Oasis HLB
Bousfiha A, Bakhchane A, Charoute H, Detsouli M, Rouba H, Charif M, Lenaers G, Barakat A. (2017) Novel compound heterozygous mutations in the GPR98 (USH2C) gene identified by whole exome sequencing in a Moroccan deaf family. Molecular Biology Reports. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11033
Wee J, Hong S-Y, Roze LV, Day, DM, Chanda A, Linz JE. (2017) The Fungal bZIP Transcription Factor AtfB Controls Virulence-Associated Processes in Aspergillus parasiticus. Toxins 9, 287. doi:10.3390/toxins9090287
Yang G, Hamadeh I, Katz J, Riva A, Lakatos P, Balla B, Kosa J, VaszilKo M, Pelliccioni GA, Davis N, Langaee TY, Moreb JS, Gong Y. (2017) SIRT1/HERC4 locus associated with Bisphosphonate-induced osteonecrosis of the jaw: an exome-wide association analysis. JBMR. doi: [10.1002/jbmr.3285]
Nathan S, Ma Y, Tomita YA, Oliveira ED, Brown ML, Rosen EM. (2017) BRCA1-mimetic compound NSC35446.HCL inhibits IKKBexpression by reducing estrogen receptor-a occupancy in the IKKB promoter and inhibits NF-kB activity in antiestrogen resistant human breast cancer cells. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment. doi:10.1007/s10549-017-4442-y
Ain N u, Makitie O, Naz S. (2017) Autosomal recessive chondrodysplasia with severe short stature caused by a biallelic COL10A1 variant. Journal of Medical Genetics. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/jmedgenet-2017-104885
Tatour Y, Sanchez-Navarro I, Chervinsky E, Hakonarson H, Gawi H, Tahsin-Swafiri S, Leibu R, Lopez-Molina MI, Fernandez-Sanz G, Ayuso C, Ben-Yosef T. (2017) Mutations in SCAPER cause autosomal recessive retinitis pigmentosa with intellectual disability. Journal of Medical Genetics. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/jmedgenet-2017-104632
Su Y, Shen X, Chen J, Isales C.M., Zhao J, Shi X-M. (2017) Differentially expressed genes in PPARg-deficient MSCs. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology. Available online 31 July 2017.
Salime S, Charif M, Bousfiha A, Elrharchi S, Bakhchane A, Charoute H, Kabine M, Snoussi K, Lenaers G. (2017) Homozygous mutations in PJVK and MYO15A genes associated with nonsyndromic hearing loss in Moroccan families. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijporl.2017.07.024
Nel M, Dashti MJS, Gamieldien J, Heckmann JM. (2017) Exome sequencing identifies targets in the treatment-resistant phathalmoplegic subphenotype of Myasthenia Gravis. Neuromuscular Disorders. Available online June 21, 2017.
Petropoulou E, Soltani M, Firoozabadi AD, Namayandeh SM, Crockford J, Maroofian R, Jamshidi Y. (2017) Digenic inheritance of mutations in the cardiac troponin (TNNT2) and cardiac beta myosin heavy chain (MYH7) as the cause of severe dilated cardiomyopathy. European Journal of Medical Genetics, Available online 19 June 2017.
Corbett MA, Turner SJ, Gardner A, Silver J, Stankovich J, Leventer RJ, Derry CP, Carroll R, Ha T, Scheffer IE, Bahlo M, Jackson GD, Mackey DA, Berkovic SF, Gecz J. (2017) Familial epilepsy with anterior polymicrogyria as a presentation of COL18A1 mutations. European Journal of Medical Genetics. online June 8, 2017. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ejmg.2017.06.002
Pei, S, Slinger, BL, Meyer MM (2017) Recognizing RNA structural motifs in HT-SELEX data for ribosomal protein S15. BMC Bioinformatics18:298. DOI: 10.1186/s12859-017-1704-y
Harlander S, Schonenberger D, Toussaint NC, Prummer M, Catalano A, Brandt L, Moch H, Wild PJ, Frew IJ. (2017) Combined mutation in Vhl, Trp53 and Rb1 causes clear cell renal cell carcinoma in mice. Nature Medicine, Published online May 29, 2017, doi:10.1038/nm.4343
Bakhchane A, Charif M,Bousfiha A, Boulouiz R, Nahili H, Rouba H, Charoute H, Lenaers G, Barakat A. (2017) Novel compound heterozygous MYO7A mutations in Moroccan families with autosomal recessive non-syndromic hearing loss. PLoS One, Published: May 4, 2017. doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0176516
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Cox AJ, Darbro BW, Laxer RM, Velez G, Bing X, Finer AL, et al. (2017) Recessive coding and regulatory mutations in FBLIM1 underlie the pathogenesis of chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis (CRMO). PLoS ONE 12(3): e0169687.
Kim BJ, Kim AR, Han JH, Lee C, Oh DY, Choi BY. (2017) Discovery of MYH14 as an important and unique deafness gene causing prelingually severe autosomal dominant non-syndromic hearing loss. J Gene Med. doi: 10.1002/jgm.2950.
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Jamshidi N, Margolis DJ, Raman S, Huang J, Reiter RE, Kuo MD. (2017) Multiregional Radiogenomic Assessment of Prostate Microenvironments with multiparametric MR Imaging and DNA Whole-exome Sequencing of Prostate Glands with Adenocarcinoma. Radiology. 2017 Apr 28:162827. doi: 10.1148/radiol.2017162827. [Epub ahead of print]
Amin SV, Roberts JT, Patterson DG, Coley AB, Allred JA, Denner JM, Johnson JP, Mullen GE, O’Neal TK, Smith JT, Cardin SE, Carr HT, Carr SL, Cowart HE, DaCosta DH, Herring BR, King VM, Polska CJ, Ward EE, Wise AA, McAllister KN, Chevalier D, Spector MP & Borchert GM. (2016) Novel small RNA (sRNA) landscape of the starvation-stress response transcriptome of Salmonella enterica serovar typhimurium. RNA Biology 13 (3): 331-342.
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Kim BJ, Kim AR, Park G, Park WY, Chang SO, Oh SH, Choi BY. (2015) Targeted Exome Sequencing of Deafness Genes After Failure of Auditory Phenotype-Driven Candidate Gene Screening. Otol Neurotol. 36(6):1096-102. doi: 10.1097/MAO.0000000000000747.
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Healy AR, Houston DR, Remnant L, Huart AS, Brychtova V, Maslon MM, Meers O, Muller P, Krejci A, Blackburn EA, Vojtesek B, Hernychova L, Walkinshaw MD, Westwood NJ, Hupp T. (2015) Discovery of a novel ligand that modulates the protein–protein interactions of the AAA+ superfamily oncoprotein reptin. Chem. Sci6, 3109-3116
Kannengiesser C, Borie R, Ménard C, Réocreux M, Nitschké P, Gazal S, Mal H, Taillé C, Cadranel J, Nunes H, Valeyre D, Cordier JF, Callebaut I, Boileau C, Cottin V, Grandchamp B, Revy P, Crestani B (2015). Heterozygous RTEL1 mutations are associated with familial pulmonary fibrosis. European Respiratory Journal 46 (2) 474-485
Gu X, Guo L, Ji H, Sun S, Chai R, Wang L, Li H. (2015) Genetic testing for sporadic hearing loss using targeted massively parallel sequencing identifies 10 novel mutations. Clin Genet. 87(6):588-93. doi: 10.1111/cge.12431.
Ibarrola‐Villava M, Kumar R, Nagore E, Benfodda M, Guedj M, Gazal S, Hu HH, Guan J, Rachkonda PS, Descamps V, Basset‐Seguin N. (2015) Genes involved in the WNT and vesicular trafficking pathways are associated with melanoma predisposition. International Journal of Cancer.136(9):2109-19.
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Wang H, Lai Y, Mathis BJ, Wang W, Li S, Qu C, Li B, Shao L, Song H, Janicki JS, Sun SC, Wang XL, Tang D, Cui T. (2015) Deubiquitinating enzyme CYLD mediates pressure overload-induced cardiac maladaptive remodeling and dysfunction via downregulating Nrf2. J Mol Cell Cardio. 84:143-53.
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W Li, Y Huang, D Sargsyan, TO Khor, Y Guo, L Shu… – Cell & Bioscience, (2018) Epigenetic alterations in TRAMP mice: epigenome DNA methylation profiling using MeDIP-seq … DNAnexus, Inc., Mountain View, CA, USA). The samples were sent to Otogenetics Corp. (Norcross, GA) for Illumina sequencing and alignment with the reference mouse genome.
S Asgharzade, MA Tabatabaiefar, J Mohammadi-asl… – International Journal of …, (2018) A novel missense mutation in GIPC3 causes sensorineural hearing loss in an Iranian family revealed by targeted next-generation sequencing … 12]. The DNA sample was submitted to the Otogenetics Corporation (Norcross, GA). Exome capture was performed targeting 129 known deafness genes. Sequencing was done on a HiSeq2000 (Illumina, San Diego, CA). A …
D Cassatella, S Howard, J Acierno, C Xu, G Papadakis… – European Journal of …, (2018) Congenital Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism and Constitutional Delay of Growth and Puberty Have Distinct Genetic Architectures… 9 V2 (Roche, Basel, Switzerland), and sequenced on the HiSeq 2000 platform (Illumina, San Diego, USA) at either BGI (BGI, Shenzen, PRC) or Otogenetics (Otogenetics Corp., Atlanta, USA).
N Michael, MM Juliet, GW Anne, R Lisa, H Joshua… – Molecular Genetics and …, 2018 Tread carefully: A functional variant in the human NADPH oxidase 4 (NOX4) is not disease causing… The skin demonstrated hyperkeratosis, parakeratosis and an absent granular layer. 2.2. WES and bioinformatics. DNA extracted from the blood of the proband, and her parents were subjected to WES, performed by Otogenetics.
D Cassatella, S Howard, J Acierno, C Xu, G Papadakis… – European Journal of …, (2018) Congenital Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism and Constitutional Delay of Growth and Puberty Have Distinct Genetic Architectures… 9 V2 (Roche, Basel, Switzerland), and sequenced on the HiSeq 2000 platform (Illumina, San Diego, USA) at either BGI (BGI, Shenzen, PRC) or Otogenetics (Otogenetics Corp., Atlanta, USA).
S Asgharzade, MA Tabatabaiefar, J Mohammadi-asl… – International Journal of …, (2018) A novel missense mutation in GIPC3 causes sensorineural hearing loss in an Iranian family revealed by targeted next-generation sequencing … Based on the literature review of the most frequent loci, both globally and regionally, 15 lociwere selected for screening in this family (results not shown) and were found to be negative [ 12].
LG Banaszak, V Giudice, X Zhao, Z Wu, S Gao… – Blood Cells, Molecules, and …, (2018) Abnormal RNA splicing and genomic instability after induction of DNMT3A mutations by CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing… mutations. Library construction, exon capture, and sequencing was performed by Otogenetics (Atlanta, GA, USA) … described. 5-mC profiling, fragmentation, library preparation and sequencing were performed
S Khateb, B Kowalewski, N Bedoni, M Damme… – Genetics in Medicine, (2018) A homozygous founder missense variant in arylsulfatase G abolishes its enzymatic activity causing atypical Usher syndrome in humans… homozygositymapper.org). WES analysis of individuals MOL0120 III:2 and MOL0737 II:2 was performed at Otogenetics (Norcross, GA) using Agilent V4 (Santa Clara, CA, USA) and Illumina HiSeq 2000 with 30 × coverage.
IG Luzina, MV Salcedo, ML Rojas-Peña, AE Wyman… – Cellular Immunology, (2018) Transcriptomic Evidence of Immune Activation in Macroscopically Normal-Appearing and Scarred Lung Tissues in Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis… a University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA; b Veterans Administration Medical Center, Baltimore, MD, USA; c Otogenetics Corporation, Atlanta, GA, USA; d Pulmonary and Mediastinal Pathology
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R Maroofian, M Riemersma, LT Jae, N Zhianabed… – Genome Medicine, (2017) B3GALNT2 mutations associated with non-syndromic autosomal recessive intellectual disability reveal a lack of genotype–phenotype associations in the muscular …… This was followed by whole exome sequencing (WES) of genomic DNA from proband (V:2) performed at Otogenetics Corporation (Norcross, GA, USA) using the Agilent SureSelect Human All ExonV4 (51 Mb) enrichment kit with a paired-end (2 × 100)
S Fu, J Shao, C Paul, C Zhou, JS Hartung – BMC Genomics, (2017) Transcriptional analysis of sweet orange trees co-infected with ‘Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus’ and mild or severe strains of Citrus tristeza virus Skip to main content. Advertisement. We are working on a new version of this page and we’d like your opinion. See an early preview or learn more. Biomed Central
박미나 – (2017) Characteristics of novel KCNQ4 variants showing a distinct hearing loss phenotype… . Molecular genetic diagnosis Targeted exon sequencing of 129 reported deafness genes (TES-129) from two subjects (SB62-110 and SB155-271) was performed by Otogenetics (Norcross, GA, USA). The acquired reads were aligned Page 12. 3
PG Kopf, SK Park, A Herrnreiter, C Krause, BP Roques… – Endocrinology, (2017) Obligatory Metabolism of Angiotensin II to Angiotensin III for Zona Glomerulosa Cell-Mediated Relaxations of Bovine Adrenal Cortical Arteries… 6 cells) were placed in RNAlater and shipped to Otogenetics for RNA extraction, polyA cDNA preparation, Illumina library preparation, and Illumina HiSeq2000 sequencing. Using DNAnexus, the reads were aligned and assembled to the bovine reference transcriptome
AR Kim, J Chung, NKD Kim, C Lee, WY Park, DY Oh… – International Journal of …, (2017) The Analysis of A Frequent TMPRSS3 Allele Containing P. V116M and P. V291L in A Cis Configuration among Deaf Koreans We performed targeted re-sequencing to identify the genetic etiology of early-onset postlingual deafness and encountered a frequent TMPRSS3 allele harboring two variants in a cisconfiguration. We aimed to evaluate the pathogenicity of the allele. Among 88 cochlear implantees
X Deng, W Zou, M Xiong, Z Wang, JF Engelhardt… – Journal of Virology, (2017) Human Parvovirus Infection of Human Airway Epithelia Induces Pyroptotic Cell Death via Inhibiting Apoptosis Page 1. 1 Human Parvovirus Infection of Human Airway Epithelia Induces Pyroptotic Cell Death 1 via Inhibiting Apoptosis 2 3 4 Xuefeng Deng1, Wei Zou1, Min Xiong2, Zekun Wang1, John F. Engelhardt3,4, Shui Qing Ye2, 5
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DB Wilburn, RC Feldhoff – bioRxiv, 2018 An annual cycle of gene regulation in the red-legged salamander mental gland: from hypertrophy to expression of rapidly evolving pheromones Page 1. – 1 – An annual cycle of gene regulation in the red-legged salamander mental gland: from hypertrophy to expression of rapidly evolving pheromones Damien B.
PD Zamore, X Xu, G Gao Transcriptome Profiling of Neovascularized Corneas Reveals miR-204 as a Multi-target Biotherapy Deliverable by rAAVs… RNA-Seq Mouse corneas representing three treatment groups were treated as above: non-treated (day 0), post-operative (day 5), and regression post-operative (day 15). Whole corneal tissues were sent on dry ice to Otogenetics (Atlanta, GA, USA)
JR Rudman, C Mei, SE Bressler, SH Blanton, XZ Liu – Journal of Genetics and …, 2018 Precision medicine in hearing loss Precision medicine (PM) proposes customized medical care based on a patient’s unique genome, biomarkers, environment, and behaviors. Hearing loss (HL) is the mo.
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MY Chang, C Lee, JH Han, MY Kim, HR Park, N Kim… – BMC Medical Genetics, 2018… Expansion of phenotypic spectrum of MYO15A pathogenic variants to include postlingual onset of progressive partial deafness TES and bioinformatics analyses were performed, as previously described [20–25]. The DNA samples from SB246–482 and SB224-437 underwent TES of 129 known deafness genes (TRS-129) by Otogenetics (Norcross, GA, USA) (Additional file 1: Table S1)
GJW Huang, Y Su, J Li, DY Kang, MG Zhang, X Lin… A missense mutation in POU4F3 causes mid-frequency hearing loss in a Chinese ADNSHL family Capture and NGS of the coding exons for the 129 deafness genes and their flanking100 bps (Supplemental Table 1) were performed on an Illumina HiSeq 2000 by Otogenetics Corporation (Norcross, GA, USA). Page 6.
A Taghipour-Sheshdeh, F Nemati-Zargaran… – Genomics, 2018 A novel pathogenic variant in the MARVELD2 gene causes autosomal recessive non-syndromic hearing loss in an Iranian family … One family, which was not linked to these loci, was subjected to Otogenetics deafness Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) panel. Results. NGS … 1 These authors contributed equally to the study. © 2018 Published by Elsevier Inc. Note
CL Hodo, MR Mauldin, JE Light, K Wilkins, S Tang… – Emerging infectious …, 2018 Novel Poxvirus in Proliferative Lesions of Wild Rodents in East Central Texas, USA. … negative for poxvirus DNA. A DNA aliquot of the mass from mouse 1 was sent to Otogenetics (Atlanta, GA, USA) for whole-genome sequencing with an Illumina HiSeq platform (Illumina Inc., San Diego, CA, USA). From these data
J Tian, SR Vemula, J Xiao, EM Valente, G Defazio… – Molecular Genetics & …, 2018 Whole‐exome sequencing for variant discovery in blepharospasm … 2018 The Authors. Molecular Genetics & Genomic Medicine published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc … DNA was then forwarded to Otogenetics or Beijing Genomics Institute (BGI) for additional in-house quality control assessments prior to WES
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