Corpus ID: 17786133

Future Prospects of Genome Sequencing

  title={Future Prospects of Genome Sequencing},
  author={S. Sharma},
  journal={Research and reviews: journal of medical and health sciences},
  • S. Sharma
  • Published 2016
  • Biology
  • Research and reviews: journal of medical and health sciences
  • ABSTRACT The shift from manual DNA sequencing methods such as Maxam-Gilbert sequencing and Sanger sequencing in the 1970s and 1980s to more rapid, automated sequencing methods in the 1990s played a crucial role in giving scientists the ability to sequence whole genomes. Almost any biological sample containing a full copy of the DNA—even a very small amount of DNA or ancient DNA—can provide the genetic material necessary for full genome sequencing. Such samples may include saliva, epithelial… CONTINUE READING


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