Molecular Pathology Competency: The role of RNA sequencing in interpreting splice variants


This is part of the Molecular Pathology Competency Series which is composed of short videos focused on current topics on molecular pathology. 

This module will review how introns are spliced to create mature mRNA and describe how RNA sequencing is utilized in clinical laboratories to interpret potential splicing variants. 


Heather McLaughlin, PhD, FACMG

Developed and supported by AMP's Training & Education Committee

 22 min
Level of Instruction: Core
Date Recorded: August 26, 2022
Audience:  Practicing pathologists, as well as those seeking further/advanced training in specific areas of molecular pathology. This series will also benefit specialists in other pathology areas who are learning to sign out molecular results or are incorporating molecular findings into their reports. Molecular laboratory professionals, professionals in industry, and other interested individuals will find these modules of value for updating and broadening their scope of practice.

Supported by an independent medical education grant from Illumina, Inc.

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There are no CME or CMLE available.

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