Targeted Next-Generation Sequencing for Forensic Genomics
27 Nov 2014

The utility of DNA technology for crime investigations and missing person identification has resulted in DNA analysis becoming the cornerstone of contemporary forensic science. Forensic scientists worldwide are now investigating the value of Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) for forensic genomic applications, particularly in how it can improve current workflows. Illumina’s sequencing by synthesis (SBS) technology offers reliable solutions for rapid and accurate variant identification.

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