Sequencing

Sequencing is widely used to study how different organisms are related and how they are evolved. It is also used to study genomes and the proteins that they encode. With this sequencing information, changes in genes, disease association and drug targets are identified. It is widely used in medicinal field as a form of genetic testing. Vast amount of data is available as DNA sequencing is done on large scale. By August 2005, hundred billion bases were collected which represented 165,000 different organisms. As this data is numerous, need for new methods to analyze the sequences was critical. Thus Bioinformatics plays a major role in collecting, storing and analyzing these data with different tools.

 

  • Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)
  • Deep Sequencing for Protein Structure Determination
  • Sequencing for Cancer Studies
  • Advances in Sequencing

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