Alamut Focus

MAIN FEATURES

Alamut® Focus allows the user to quickly design and apply simple to complex variant filtering strategies with an intuitive and easy-to-use graphical user interface.
It also allows to apply pre-configured inheritance-based scenarios: autosomal recessive, autosomal dominant, X-linked recessive, de novo.
It is fully compatible with ALAMUT® BATCH and  ALAMUT® VISUAL.

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AVAILABLE FILTERS

Variant location, type, frequency, genotype, coding effects, biological processes, and molecular functions

  • Gene: symbol and location within a gene
  • Variant type: substitution, deletion, insertion, duplications, delins
  • Genotype : homozygote, heterozygote and variant frequency
  • Coding effect: synonymous, missense, nonsense, in-frame, frameshift, start loss, stop loss
  • Variant location: upstream, downstream, exon, intron, 5’UTR, 3’UTR, splice site
  • Gene Ontology terms (biological process, cellular component, molecular function)
  • Allele frequency

Information and allele frequencies from variation databases

  • dbSNP, ExAC, ESP/EVS, 1000 Genomes
  • ClinVar
  • Cosmic
  • HGMD® Professional (requires separate subscriptions)

Missense annotations and predictions, splicing predictions

  • Growing list of missense prediction tools: SIFT, Align GVGD, MAPP
  • Splicing effect in variation vicinity (e.g. new splice site, activation of nearby cryptic site)

Data Quality

  • Variant calling quality: Phred quality score, filter status
  • Mapping quality
  • Depth of coverage

Inheritance pattern

  • autosomal recessive or dominant,
  • X-linked recessive,
  • de novo mutation

Starting from annotated variant collections, the software selects candidate variations based on user-defined or pre-configured criteria.

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What they say
about Alamut Visual

"We were early Alamut adopters and this software has become essential to our daily diagnosis lab practice, saving time and reducing mistakes. The intuitivity of use and the new functionalities are a very useful help in our daily work."

PASCALE RICHARD M.D. Ph.D.
Paris, France

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