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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…
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How the Genome Asia 100K Initiative is Impacting Disease Research

The Genome Asia 100K Initiative announcement made big waves earlier…
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Discovering Drug Resistance Using DNA Sequencing

What is Drug Resistance? The World Health Organization (WHO)…
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Macrogen and Silicon Biosystems Menarini to Co-Develop CLIA-Certified Genomic Cancer Assays

Collaboration Aims to Integrate Digital Sorting with Next Generation…
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Benefit of DNA Testing for First-Time Parents

Family Planning and Parental Genetic Disease Risks First-time…
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DNA Sequencing: The Backbone of Personalized Medicine

Concept of Personalized Medical Care As a society, we have been…
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Next-Generation Sequencing Revolutionizes Drug Discovery and Development

Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) Overview Next-generation sequencing…
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Role of Epigenetic Changes in the Etiology of Human Diseases

Introduction The field of epigenetics is ever-growing and considered…
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How Transposons are Changing the Sequencing Industry

What Are Transposons Mobile DNA segments that can change position,…
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The Race for the $1,000 Genome: The Increasing Speed and Accuracy of DNA Sequencing

Science fiction fans remember the Star Trek tricorders that rapidly…