What Genomical can do

Genomical® can support your preferred clinical workflow from end-to-end.

Genomical is built to be modular and can be adapted to meet your service needs. It interfaces with a range of best-of-breed bioinformatic and analysis tools across the genomic testing pathway and moves genomic data seamlessly between these tools. It also supports accreditation by the National Association of Testing Authorities.

Here are some of the things Genomical can do for your organisation:

Manage patient data

  • ­ Capture and retrieve patient data
  • ­ Capture and retrieve laboratory data specific to the patient analysis
  • ­ Match patient data to their genomic data

Interface with best-of-breed analysis tools

Genomical interfaces with a range of bioinformatic and analysis tools across the genomic testing pathway. These tools include products from Illumina, Australian Genomics and more.

The platform’s orchestration service moves genomic data seamlessly between these tools. Genomical is built modular, so tools can be swapped in and out as needed. 

Unify your data analysis workflow

Genomical offers automated processing of large and complex genomic datasets through clinically-accredited workflows, saving hours of manual work.

Across the DNA sequencing, bioinformatic analysis and variant classification process, Genomical can:

  • Retrieve and store multiple Variant Call Format (VCF) types including CNV and SV, Binary Alignment Map (BAM), FASTQ, Browser Extensible Data (BED)
  • ­ Store genomic files (FASTQ, BAM, VCF) for controlled access and reuse
  • Automatically transform VCF and BED files for use in variant interpretation tools
  • ­ Support bespoke post-processing pipelines with tools like the Ensembl Variant Effect Predictor
  • ­ Stream BAM files with Integrative Genomics Viewer (IGV)
  • ­ Support germline and cancer testing, including whole genome sequencing, whole exome sequencing, trio testing, somatic panels and tumour only (tumour normal) testing, from small panels to the really complex panels.

Support reporting of results

  • Supply patient data for inclusion in the clinical report
  • ­ Integrate with Electronic Medical Records (EMRs), enabling real-time communication between systems
  • ­ Store data with controlled access and reuse, enforced by identity access management tools and auditable logs using industry best practice standards and frameworks.
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The Genomical team acknowledges the Wurundjeri, Gunaikurnai and all First Nations peoples on whose lands we live and work. We pay respect to their Elders, past and present. We also acknowledge the First Nations scientists, researchers and leaders who are shaping the future of genomic medicine.

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