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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In the new age of genomics, researching specific genes within a genome has become a common focal point of interest. This is prevalent in bacterial research fields primarily because it provides deep insight into specific functions and attributes…
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As a researcher, we all want to get the highest quality data and accuracy throughout the research process to inform us better. There’s nothing more frustrating than getting half baked data, unclear results, or chasing an insight down a rabbit…
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The cost and speed of completing a genome sequencing run is typically the driving force behind any research requiring next generation sequencing. Most organizations have project or departmental budgets that they need to adhere to, which makes…
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A hot area for research is antibiotic resistant genes within bacteria. It's a fairly complicated subject with many challenges in analyzing these types of genes as it requires properly structured data that can be hard to find. In this post, we'll…
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Researchers are limited only by their imagination and available technological resources, but technology is continuing to gain ground.
Over the years, the way knowledge has been pieced together about the function and location of genes has generally…
Biologic drug development has the unique challenge of dealing with a live organism that has the ability to change. It's a no brainer that pharmaceutical companies want to ensure that the biologic drug is stable throughout the manufacturing process…
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Having many customers in various fields, we hear a lot of interesting myths that are persistent across each of them. Some come from misguidance of other companies in the sales process, other myths are rooted in legacy in which the landscape…
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There is a saying in medicine: treat the patient, not the disease. This caveat is commonly preached to new medical residents as a reminder that holistic care is essential and that the same disease process in a different patient is essentially…
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The average prescription-grade drug takes a decade of research and billions of dollars in funding in order to reach the market. Combined with the rate at which new and rare diseases continue to be discovered, this leaves pharmaceutical companies…
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In the United States, there are approximately 30 million individuals (~10%) living with a rare disease with no known modality. This isn't slowing down either with around 7,000 different types of rare diseases found each day. The unfortunate…
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The Sequencing Center is a USA-owned and operated next-generation genome sequencing company offering affordable genome sequencing and bioinformatics for research, pharmaceutical, and clinical organizations. Our services are designed for organizations performing research on bacterial, viral, and human-oriented research. Among these services, our facility offers targeted sequencing methods for research fields including inherited diseases, oncology, neurodegenerative diseases, antibiotic-resistant gene analysis, and biomarker discovery for drug development optimization.
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