Evolution of Sequencing Technology for Genomics Applications
Sequencing is the process of decoding deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) or ribonucleic acid (RNA). DNA is constantly replicated in all living cells as cell prepares for cell division, and is copied to transcribe RNA. These strategies are enabling researchers to understand how changes in DNA sequence regulate diseases and phenotypes. Since 2003, after the completion of the Human Genome project, significant progress has been made in sequencing. Sequencing technologies have revealed astonishing data over the last ten years for multiple species.
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