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Circulating Tumor DNA Methodologies

Introduction The analysis of cell-free DNA or liquid biopsy…
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Home DNA vs. Clinical DNA: What's the Difference?

Introduction Various types of home diagnostic testing or screening…
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Using Next-Generation Sequencing in Infectious Disease Diagnosis

Introduction The need for accurate and rapid identification…
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Next-Generation Sequencing: Popular Applications in Clinical Medicine

Introduction and Brief overview of NGS An important technological…
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Are You DNA Smart?

Introduction and Key Definitions Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)…
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The Top 5 Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Forums and Communities

Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) has seen massive growth as the…
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DNA Sequencing Uncovers New Variant of Diabetes

DNA Sequencing and Medical Discovery Diagnostic Applications The…
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Macrogen Corp Announced as precision FDA Participating Provider

Macrogen Corp., one of the leading providers of next-generation…
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The Top Five Genome Conferences In The World

The emergence and growth of whole genome sequencing technologies,…
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Macrogen Provides Patient-Specific Interpretation for the Launch of New Clinical Next-Generation Sequencing Panels

Macrogen has recently partnered with N-of-One, a leader in clinical…
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Managing High-Throughput DNA Sequencing Data

Introduction The newest sequencing technologies are providing…
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Macrogen Completes Merger of US Affiliates to Become Macrogen Corp.

Merger will help Macrogen Corp. eliminate redundant R&D and…