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The Evolution of Next-Generation Sequencing

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The fundamental importance of the genome to biological systems and their function makes next-generation sequencing (NGS) an extremely versatile tool used widely in research, clinical and industrial settings. While faster and easier to perform than previous sequencing techniques, standard short-read NGS methods still have some limitations. Advances in third generation (or long-read) sequencing, however, are now providing solutions for these challenges.

Download this whitepaper to discover how third generation sequencing can:

  • Identify disease-causing variants with complex genetic etiology
  • Detect SARS-CoV-2
  • Provide novel genetic insights