Types: If specified, only annotation sets that have any of these types are returned.
"ANNOTATION_TYPE_UNSPECIFIED" "GENERIC" - A `GENERIC` annotation type should be used when no
other annotation type will suffice. This represents an untyped annotation of the reference genome.
"VARIANT" - A `VARIANT` annotation type. "GENE" - A `GENE` annotation type represents the existence of a
gene at the associated reference coordinates. The start coordinate is typically the gene's transcription start site and the end is typically the end of the gene's last exon.
"TRANSCRIPT" - A `TRANSCRIPT` annotation type represents the
assertion that a particular region of the reference genome may be transcribed as RNA.