Dutch Startup Cergentis Offers New Technology for Complete Sequencing of Candidate Genes | GenomeWeb

Using a target amplification method it developed, Dutch startup Cergentis promises to sequence any genomic locus of interest in full, identifying not only point mutations but also structural variants.

The company was founded in the spring of 2012 as a spinout from the Hubrecht Institute, a research institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, to develop and commercialize the technology, called targeted locus amplification, or TLA.

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