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5th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Congress

18 Nov 2013 - 19 Nov 2013 - London, UK



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5th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Congress and co-located Single Cell Analysis Congress

As the only conference to bring together all the experts in genomics and genetics research, attracting over 400 senior level decision makers from Europe and the US, this exciting and important meeting is a must attend for anyone working in next generation sequencing (NGS).

The congress explores the key strategies in using NGS technologies & platforms and generating biological insights out of NGS data. The event also examines the application of NGS in the areas of Discovery, Personalised Medicine, Molecular Diagnostics, Cancer Diagnostics and Clinical Development. 

Hear case study presentations from our leading speakers working in areas such as NGS DNA sequencing, analytical genomics, single cell genomics & transcriptomics, human metagenomics, RNA profiling and NGS data analysis as well as the use of NGS in food, nutrition and agriculture. 





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