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Ingenuity Variant Analysis

Identify causal variants, fast

Find disease-causing variants faster and with fewer false leads using Ingenuity Variant Analysis (IVA), a software-as-a-service that taps into the knowledge of millions of scientific findings to help you zero-in on causal variants.

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From many to meaningful

IVA compiles all genetic variants within a dataset and enables this list to be quickly narrowed down through the application’s signature Interactive Filter Cascade, a flexible, multi-step filter fully customizable to your lab’s individual selection criteria and area of interest.

  • Increase workflow efficiency. Reduce analysis time from hours to minutes with powerful filtering tools and published literature at your fingertips.

  • Filter with consistency. Standardize your variant analysis workflow with automated filter criteria to help you call and classify variants with consistency.

  • Report with confidence. Focus on variants demonstrated to be implicated in a phenotype or clinically actionable using trusted, expert-curated content.


Access thousands of genomes instantly

It can be expensive and time-consuming to study the number of genomes it takes to understand a disease. IVA is your gateway to extensive cohorts of high-quality, ethnically and phenotypically diverse human genome samples. They provide a set of healthy controls for rapid discovery and validation of causal elements of disease.



By using the filtering in Ingenuity Variant Analysis, we were able to find the gene which then led to the identification of this syndrome.

Dr. Hywel Williams, Centre for Translational Omics in the University College London’s Institute of Child Health (GOSgene)

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