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Dmitry Pruss

from Salt Lake City, UT
Age ~57

Dmitry Pruss Phones & Addresses

  • 7311 Hickory Hill Cir, Salt Lake Cty, UT 84121 (801) 944-7755
  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • Gaithersburg, MD
  • Bethesda, MD

Work

Company: Myriad genetics Position: Program director

Education

Degree: PhD School / High School: Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology 1983 to 1988 Specialities: Molecular Biology / Chemistry

Industries

Biotechnology

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Program Director At Myriad Genetics

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Position:
Program Director at Myriad Genetics
Location:
Greater Salt Lake City Area
Industry:
Biotechnology
Work:
Myriad Genetics
Program Director
Education:
Engelhardt Institute of Molecular Biology 1983 - 1988
PhD, Molecular Biology / Chemistry

Publications

Us Patents

Method Of Identifying Genomic Rearrangements

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US Patent:
6895337, May 17, 2005
Filed:
Oct 15, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/272609
Inventors:
Thomas Scholl - Salt Lake City UT,
Dmitry Pruss - Salt Lake City UT,
Brant C. Hendrickson - South Jordan UT,
Assignee:
Myriad Genetics, Inc. - Salt Lake City UT
International Classification:
G06F019/00
G11C017/00
G05B015/00
US Classification:
702 20, 365 94, 700 1
Abstract:
Methods, computer program products and systems are provided for detecting large genomic rearrangements based on unphased genotype data obtained using common genotyping techniques that do not differentiate different alleles. In the method, unphased genotypes at a plurality of nucleotide variant markers of a particular gene in a diploid subject are compared with a canonical haplotype collection of the gene for a heterogeneous subject population. If the unphased genotypes cannot be reduced to a pair of canonical haplotypes within the canonical haplotype collection, it would indicate an increased likelihood that an allele of the gene in the diploid subject harbors a genomic rearrangement.

Large Deletions In Human Brca1 Gene And Use Thereof

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US Patent:
7250497, Jul 31, 2007
Filed:
Jun 9, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/457839
Inventors:
Thomas Scholl - Salt Lake City UT,
Brant C. Hendrickson - Salt Lake City UT,
Benjamin Ward - Park City UT,
Dmitry Pruss - Salt Lake City UT,
Assignee:
Myriad Genetics, Inc. - Salt Lake City UT
International Classification:
C07H 21/02
C12P 19/34
US Classification:
536 231, 435 912
Abstract:
Large deletions have been identified in the BRCA1 gene in patients. The large deletions predispose the patients to breast cancer and ovarian cancer. Thus, methods for detecting the genetic variants are provided which can be used in detecting a predisposition to cancer.

Large Deletions In Human Brca1 Gene And Use Thereof

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US Patent:
2008031, Dec 25, 2008
Filed:
Jul 30, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/830604
Inventors:
Thomas Scholl - Salt Lake City UT,
Brant C. Hendrickson - Salt Lake City UT,
Benjamin Ward - Park City UT,
Dmitry Pruss - Salt Lake City UT,
Assignee:
Myriad Genetics, Incorporated - Salt Lake City UT
International Classification:
C12Q 1/68
C07K 7/06
C07K 16/18
US Classification:
435 6, 530329, 5303879
Abstract:
Large deletions have been identified in the BRCA1 gene in patients. The large deletions predispose the patients to breast cancer and ovarian cancer. Thus, methods for detecting the genetic variants are provided which can be used in detecting a predisposition to cancer.

Large Deletions In Human Brca1 Gene And Use Thereof

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US Patent:
2008031, Dec 25, 2008
Filed:
Jul 30, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/830625
Inventors:
Thomas Scholl - Salt Lake City UT,
Brant C. Hendrickson - Salt Lake City UT,
Benjamin Ward - Park City UT,
Dmitry Pruss - Salt Lake City UT,
Assignee:
Myriad Genetics, Incorporated - Salt Lake City UT
International Classification:
C12Q 1/68
G01N 33/53
US Classification:
435 6, 435 71
Abstract:
Large deletions have been identified in the BRCA1 gene in patients. The large deletions predispose the patients to breast cancer and ovarian cancer. Thus, methods for detecting the genetic variants are provided which can be used in detecting a predisposition to cancer.

Method For Equalizing Band Intensities On Sequencing Gels

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US Patent:
6835537, Dec 28, 2004
Filed:
Nov 27, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/721918
Inventors:
Nadeem Tusneem - West Jordan UT
Dmitry Pruss - Salt Lake City UT
Satish K. Bhatnagar - Sandy UT
Assignee:
Myriad Genetics, Inc. - Salt Lake City UT
International Classification:
C12Q 168
US Classification:
435 6, 204451, 204456
Abstract:
A method for normalizing the intensity of G bands in sequencing methods which utilize dITP is presented. The use of dITP normally results in decreased intensities of G bands which occur after A bands, i. e. , in the sequence AG. It has been discovered that the use of ddITP in place of ddGTP or in conjunction with ddGTP helps to normalize the intensity of the G bands following A bands. This aids in preventing errors in reading sequencing chromatograms and allows for extended reads of sequencing chromatograms as compared to methods which utilize dITP without the use of ddITP.
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