New Protocols Offer Guidance on Optimizing Sequencing Experiments to Assess CNVs, Detect Transcripts | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

As next-generation
sequencing continues to become faster and cheaper, researchers are using the technology for an increasingly wider range of applications, but for many tasks, such as assessing structural variation, there is no standard method for how to best capture all the relevant information in a genome.

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