Team Marries DNA Amplification and Next-Gen Sequencers to Enable Targeted Resequencing | GenomeWeb
Researchers at Stanford University’s Genome Technology Center and their colleagues have coupled a multiplexed DNA-amplification method with next-generation sequencing to resequence multiple human cancer genes in parallel and at lower cost than traditional methods.
 
Unlike traditional PCR, results provided by the DNA-amplification technology, also known as the selector technology, allows researchers to amplify many different DNA regions in a single reaction tube.
 

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