Next-generation sequencing (NGS) techniques have made sequencing exponentially faster, more accurate, and less costly. Today, whole genome and whole exome sequencing is commonplace. However, some situations call for a more focused approach. Targeted DNA sequencing allows researchers to investigate specific genomic regions of interest rather than entire genomes or exomes, offering much deeper coverage without overwhelming cost or logistic burdens.
Download this ebook from The Scientist's Creative Services Team and Roche to learn about
- What targeted DNA sequencing has to offer
- The importance of sequencing depth and coverage
- How to select a probe
- The key probe design questions