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September 01, 2009 (Vol. 29, No. 15)

Next-Gen Sequencing Becoming Ubiquitous

Now Found in Almost Every Kind of Lab, It Is Beginning to Supplant Older Technologies

  • In 2005, two landmark papers describing novel cycle-array sequencing methods ushered in a new era in genetics. Known at the time as next-generation sequencing (NGS), these methods are now more commonly described as second-generation sequencing. Although initially expected to supplant Sanger sequencing, NGS technologies have done an end ...

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