Panel summary page

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Clicking the View Panels button from the Tapestri Designer home page takes you to the Catalog Panels page where you can explore the current catalog panel designs.


The pre-selected tab lists the DNA catalog panels. 

The top four panels are experimentally verified and Ready-to-Ship. These are followed by the predesigned targeted panels that are Built-to-Order. These panels have not been verified in a lab. 

Click the Protein tab to access the catalog protein panels.

Catalog Panels Dashboard

The dashboard lists the following information for each catalog panel:

  • Panel Name: The name of the panel. 
  • Panel Type: The type of the panel, whether the panel is Ready-to-Ship or Built-to-Order.
  • Genome: The genome of the panel.
  • # Targets (DNA only): The number of targets in the panel.
  • # Amplicons (DNA only): The number of amplicons covering the targets.
  • % Coverage (DNA only): This number describes how well the amplicons cover the targets.
  • # Antibodies (Protein only): The number of antibodies in the protein catalog panel.
  • Validated: True for panels that have been validated in a lab. False for panels that have not been validated.
  • Last Updated: The date of the last edit to the panel.


  • Search: To search for specific panels, type the criteria into the search box. You can search for:
    • Panel Name
    • Panel Type 
    • Genome
    • # Targets
    • # Amplicons
    • % Coverage
    • Validated
  • Details: Click the panel name to open the catalog panel details page and view additional information.
  • Sort: Sort the panels by any of the columns in ascending or descending order by clicking the header name.
  • Download Results: Click on the three vertical dots next to the Panel name to download the results.
  • Copy Targets (DNA only): Click on the three vertical dots next to the Panel name to copy the targets and start designing a new custom panel. Only the targets are copied, not the amplicons.
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