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NGS Ready for Clinical Oncology Testing
Clinical genomics soon may be set ablaze by whole-exome and whole-genome sequencing.
- Next-generation sequencing (NGS) not only continues to make steady advances in the molecular diagnosis of cancers, it also seems to fit perfectly with our current knowledge of the oncogenome. In particular, by making it possible to screen the entire coding sequence of cancer-related genes, NGS overcomes a key ...
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