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Infographic: WGS vs WES vs SNA Genotyping

INFOGRAPHIC: WGS vs WES vs Genotyping for Precision Medicine

  RELATED CONTENT: 🎥 VIDEO Whole-Genome Sequencing for Precision Medicine 🎙 PODCAST Talking Techniques: Episode 1 Whole-Genome Sequencing: Navigating the ‘Diagnostic Odyssey’ in Rare Disease Research 🎙 PODCAST Talking Techniques: Episode 2 The Ethics of Whole-Genome Sequencing: From Race and Religion to Science Fiction 📊 INFOGRAPHIC Whole-Genome Sequencing vs Clinical Applications Want more content? Check out the whole In […]

PODCAST: Ethical Discussions of Whole Genome Sequencing

Should we? These experts answer that question in Part 2 of our Talking Techniques podcast with BioTechniques: David Dimmock Senior Medical Director at Rady Children’s Institute of Genomic Medicine Christine Stanley Chief Director of Clinical Genomics at Variantyx Take Ogawa Chief Commercial Officer at Psomagen   RELATED CONTENT: 🎥 VIDEO Whole-Genome Sequencing for Precision Medicine […]

PODCAST: How Whole Genome Sequencing is Bringing New Treatment Options to Life

Join us as we talk with experts in rare disease research, clinical practice, and WGS technology about how its bringing disease diagnostics and treatment to life: David Dimmock Senior Medical Director at Rady Children’s Institute of Genomic Medicine Alan Beggs Director of The Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research at Boston Children’s Hospital Sir Edwin […]

VIDEO: The Future of Whole Genome Sequencing: What’s in Store?

This video explores how clinical whole genome sequencing (WGS) is bringing precision medicine to life with new treatments, advanced diagnostics, and more. Join us as we introduce the technique’s impact from academic research to clinical application.   RELATED CONTENT: 🎙 PODCAST Talking Techniques: Episode 1 Whole-Genome Sequencing: Navigating the ‘Diagnostic Odyssey’ in Rare Disease Research […]

Role of Next-Generation Sequencing in Cancer Diagnostics

The significant global burden of cancer has led to increased efforts to determine prevention strategies, early detection, and successful management of patients diagnosed with cancer. The latest data provided by the World Health Organization reveal cancer has accounted for 8.2 million deaths as of 2012¹. Early detection and successful treatment are considered important factors in […]