Broad Team Adapting Hybrid Selection to Enrich Pathogen DNA in Clinical Samples | GenomeWeb

By Molika Ashford

Hybrid selection, originally developed for the capture of sequencing targets in the human genome, also works well as a tool to isolate pathogen DNA from clinical samples for more efficient and affordable sequencing of infectious disease, a group of Broad Institute researchers has demonstrated.

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