Next-Gen Users Move to ‘Real’ Projects At AGBT as New Systems Make Debut | GenomeWeb
Existing next-gen sequencing platforms have moved beyond the initial testing phase of applications, and are now being used for a variety of scientific projects, including genome-wide structural variation studies, transcription or methylation analyses, and targeted resequencing, according to platform users.
These users presented their work at last week’s Advances in Genome Biology and Technology Conference on Marco Island, Fla., where two companies also showed new sequencing technologies: Pacific Biosciences and Danaher Motion – Dover.

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