Your Independent Sequencing Guide
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Illumina is the current leader in the NGS market, offering the SBS-based platforms HiSeq (high throughput) and MiSeq (desktop).
Ion Torrent offers two sequencers, the PGM and the Proton, both of which use a non-optical form of SBS chemistry.
Electronic BioSciences is an ‘under the radar’ nanopore sequencing company working on a modified alpha-hemolysin system with a single pore with a very fast rate of sequencing of ~50kb/second.
ONT is developing nanopore sequencers, the high throughput GridION and the handheld MinION, which promise to yield ultra long reads of 50kb or more.
The Clinical Epigenome Conference, highlighting the interplay between disease-genome-epigenome, while exploring the profound opportunities of applying epigenomic analysis for diagnostics and personalized treatment.
The Clinical Genome Conference invites stakeholders form all arenas impacting clinical genomics to share new findings and solutions for advancing the application of clinical genome sequencing.