With targeted resequencing, a subset of genes or regions of the genome are isolated and sequenced. Targeted approaches using next-generation sequencing (NGS) allow researchers to focus time, expenses, and data analysis on specific areas of interest. Such targeted analysis can include the exome (the protein-coding portion of the genome), specific genes of interest (custom content), targets within genes, or mitochondrial DNA.
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Discover, validate, or screen genetic variants with targeted sequencing for various research areas, from cancer to microbiology and more.Explore uses of targeted NGS
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