DNA sequencing and genotyping in miniaturized electrophoresis systems

  title={DNA sequencing and genotyping in miniaturized electrophoresis systems},
  author={Cheuk Wai Kan and Christopher P. Fredlake and Erin A. S. Doherty and Annelise E Barron},
Advances in microchannel electrophoretic separation systems for DNA analyses have had important impacts on biological and biomedical sciences, as exemplified by the successes of the Human Genome Project (HGP). As we enter a new era in genomic science, further technological innovations promise to provide other far‐reaching benefits, many of which will require continual increases in sequencing and genotyping efficiency and throughput, as well as major decreases in the cost per analysis. Since the… 

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