Broad Institute Designs Protocols to Sequence HLA Regions from up to 95 Individuals on 454 Platform | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

Using next-generation
sequencing to perform human leukocyte antigen typing can be cost-effective, accurate, and enable sequencing of many individuals at once, according to researchers at the Broad Institute. Writing in BMC Genomics last week, they described two slightly different protocols for sequencing the class I loci of HLA on Roche's 454 GS FLX.

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