Genotyping-by-Sequencing Gaining Ground in Ecology, Animal, and Plant Breeding Studies | GenomeWeb

As next-generation sequencing prices continue to fall, a technique known as genotyping-by-sequencing is beginning to be implemented in an ever-expanding range of fields, including ecology, animal husbandry, and plant breeding.

In particular, researchers in these fields have found the technique useful for doing large population-based studies and analyzing complex genomes or the genomes of species without a reference.

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