Experts Discuss Challenges of Moving Next-Gen Sequencing Into Diagnostics | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

Rapidly changing technology, complex sample preparation, unreliable instrumentation, insufficient data quality for some applications, and difficult and non-standardized data interpretation are among the challenges facing researchers trying to move next-generation sequencing into the diagnostic arena, according to several users of the technology who have been dealing with these issues.

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