The dashboard lists the following information for each custom panel:
ID: The panel ID is a unique number and automatically generated. This number cannot be changed.
Panel Name: The panel name has a maximum length of 100 characters and can contain spaces, numbers, and symbols.
# of Targets: The number of targets in the panel.
# of Amplicons: The number of amplicons displays for panels that have a status of Ready. It is calculated when you submit the panel for processing.
% Coverage: The coverage percentage displays for panels with a status of Ready. It is calculated when you submit the panel for processing. It describes the amplicon coverage of the targets.
Last Updated: The date of the last edit to the panel.
Status: The current status of the panel. The options are:
Preprocessing: The targets in the panel are being resolved to chromosomal regions.
Draft: The panel has not been submitted for processing. The panel can be edited to add, edit, and delete targets.
In Progress: The panel was submitted for processing, and Mission Bio is working on generating the amplicons and coverage percentage. The panel can no longer be edited. You will receive an email when processing is complete.
Ready: The process is complete. The amplicons were generated, and the coverage calculated. The panel can be viewed but not edited.
Failed: No amplicons were generated, so the panel is not valid.
Clicking on a panel’s name displays all the information about it. Sort the panels by any of the columns in ascending or descending order by clicking the header name.
When you hover the mouse over a panel in the dashboard, edit and delete icons appear at the right end of the row. Clicking the edit icon displays the panel detail page with more information. If the status is “In Progress” or “Ready,” the panel cannot be edited. If a panel has been ordered, then it cannot be deleted.