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Enhance epigenetic studies with high-coverage density and flexibility enabled by sequencing-based DNA methylation analysis.
Sequence thousands of organisms in parallel. Identify unculturable or low-abundance microbes, or evaluate microbial diversity.
Select and sequence polyadenylated transcripts for gene expression profiling studies.
Improve statistical power, get multidimensional insights, and increase analytical resolution with cost-efficient high-throughput sequencing workflows.
NGS offers the sensitivity and specificity that cancer researchers need to detect low levels of ctDNA in the bloodstream.
Genome-wide comparison of tumor vs matched normal DNA to inform analysis of oncogenes, tumor suppressors, and other risk factors.
Assess the individual contributions of single cells in complex tissues by profiling the transcriptome.
The assay for transposase-accessible chromatin with sequencing (ATAC-Seq) is a popular method for determining chromatin accessibility across the genome.
Chromatin immunoprecipitation sequencing (ChIP-Seq) is a powerful method for analyzing DNA-protein interactions and performing genome-wide surveys of gene regulation.
De novo sequencing refers to sequencing a novel genome with no reference sequence available. NGS enables fast, accurate characterization of any species.
Capture genomic regions of interest via hybridization to target-specific biotinylated probes.
A highly accurate approach that can help resolve challenging regions of the genome such as complex structural variants and highly repetitive elements.