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GEN Roundup: The Long and Short of NGS Sample Preparation
<i>GEN</I>’s expert panel explains the challenges that encompass Next-Generation Sequencing
- Ever since next-generation sequencing (NGS) was introduced, its main advantage has been its ability to outpace Sanger sequencing. NGS, unlike Sanger sequencing, is an array-based technique. It can process millions of reactions in parallel, dramatically increasing sequencing throughput. To gain this advantage in throughput, however, NGS had to ...
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