NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A recent analysis bolsters the notion that whole-genome sequencing has an edge over whole-exome sequencing in coverage uniformity and depth needed to accurately call variants, making it possible to pick up on the presence of heterozygous SNPs with fewer reads per site.

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