Commentary

Innovations Drive Rapid NGS Growth

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from R&D Magazine by Tim Studt   Modern DNA sequencing began in the mid-1970s following 20 years of development after James Watson and Francis Crick’s 1953 initial determination of the structure of DNA. This sequencing development was made by Frederick ...

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Desperately Seq’ing RNA

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from Genetic Engineering News by Vicki Glaser Next-Generation Sequencing Is Increasingly Making Headway in Clinical Medicine for Diagnostic and Prognostic Purposes It’s early days, but next-generation sequencing (NGS) is increasingly making headway in clinical medicine for diagnostic and prognostic purposes, for ...

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