Multiplexing is a method of combining two or more samples in a single sequencing run. Multiplexing can increase the throughput of sequencing runs and save money at the same time.
Conceptually, multiplexing is a fairly…
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Bean et al. recently published a report "Diagnostic gene sequencing panels: from design to report - a technical standard of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG)" that provides technical standards for the…
At The Sequencing Center, one of the main services that we provide to pharmaceutical, academic, and clinical researchers is HLA Typing. HLA Typing (human leukocyte antigen) is most commonly leveraged for matching patients and donors for bone…
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We routinely perform bacteriophage whole genome sequencing. However, we do not currently offer phage DNA extraction services. Instead, researchers perform phage DNA extraction at their own facilities and then ship purified gDNA to our sequencing…
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Like any new technology adoption curve, genome sequencing has gone through the typical hype cycle. We start to leverage a new technology and it becomes massively hyped as the thing that will "change everything" only to realize that we don't…
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Deidre: Welcome to Seqing Knowledge a genomics podcast from The Sequencing Center. I’m your host Deidre Casey, here at The Sequencing Center lab in Fort Collins, Colorado. Each week we'll take a look at genomics-related topics from current…
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July 20th, 1969
The world holds its breath as we hear the famous line "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." For so long we stared up at the moon wondering, speculating, and dreaming of a world up there so close, yet out…
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As genome sequencing continues to decrease in price and increase in demand, the desire for many clinical organizations to leverage genome sequencing as a clinical diagnostic means continues to get traction. In a recent change, the California…
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Welcome to the very first podcast of Seqing Knowledge, a genomics podcast from The Sequencing Center. Our goal for this show is to provide our listeners with quick episodes centered around genome sequencing. These episodes will…
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Genome sequencing is all over the news lately, especially with commercial companies offering sequencing to explore a customer's ethnic background, recommended diets and fitness plans, and reveal what kinds of diseases they might potentially…
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Modern genomics and biotechnology have blown open doors for research on many diseases once considered a guaranteed death sentence for those who were diagnosed with them. Years ago, the only treatments for a cancerous tumor growth may have been…
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It’s American Heart Month and while heart disease maintains its reign as the single leading cause of death among both men and women in the US, there is ongoing research to help people live longer and healthier lives. From a genetic standpoint,…
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Within clinical environments, making decisions based on precise and comprehensive data is paramount in practicing high-quality medicine. One of the more complex clinical procedures involves organ transplants. Organ transplant surgery, a high-risk…
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It’s that time of year again when every local gym fills with hundreds of new members, resolute that this is the year they finally follow through on their weight loss goals. Getting healthy is arguably the most common New Year’s resolution,…
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At The Sequencing Center, we receive hundreds of samples every month, and while most of the samples are primed and ready for sequencing, it’s easy for our clients to miss some key preparation steps. In order to get the best results from your…
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The process of sequencing a genetic sample can often feel like a confusing and fragmented process, with each individual step being performed by different vendors before finally ending up with a sequenced genome. In fact, it was our frustration…
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Clinical research is a tedious process that requires precise data to validate research claims. In its current state, there are many parts of the process that break down for various reasons. Between time constraints, financial resource allocation,…
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Choosing a good genome sequencing provider can often be tricky to determine up front. There are many vendors in this space that focus on various research areas, making it hard to see if they are a good fit for your project.
In order to filter…
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It's no secret to anyone in the drug development industry that it's incredibly hard to find potential candidate biomarkers to develop drugs. While much calculation, research, and prudence goes into ensuring the accuracy and assurance of a target…
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The Sequencing Center is one of the leading HLA service providers in the USA. Offering affordable, high-coverage HLA typing results with 4-field resolution, we pride ourselves on providing clients with exceptional services, including DNA extraction, library prep, sequencing and bioinformatics. We work with leading research institutes world-wide across a variety of fields including immunology, oncology, transplantation, inherited diseases, neurodegenerative diseases, and drug discovery and development.
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