This case study shows how scientists are streamlining the process of analyses of DNA sequence information.
Since the completion of the Human Genome Project nearly ten years ago, the science of genomics has undergone a transformation. Enabled by new DNA sequencing technologies, many more scientists and informaticians are interrogating larger and more complex data sets and are expanding the range of problems that can be addressed through sequencing.
In this case study, Richard Carter of Oxford Nanopore Technologies Ltd. highlights some key benefits of the NGS Collection including:
Simpler DNA sequencing workflows such as quality assessment and filtering
Visualizing gene content or density
Identifying and comparing SNPs and other variants
Comparing RNA expression across experiments or individuals
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