PGRNseq: a targeted capture sequencing panel for pharmacogenetic research and implementation.

@article{Gordon2016PGRNseqAT,
  title={PGRNseq: a targeted capture sequencing panel for pharmacogenetic research and implementation.},
  author={Adam S. Gordon and Robert S. Fulton and Xiang Qin and Elaine R. Mardis and Deborah A. Nickerson and Steve E Scherer},
  journal={Pharmacogenetics and genomics},
  year={2016}
}
OBJECTIVES Although the costs associated with whole-genome and whole-exome next-generation sequencing continue to decline, they remain prohibitively expensive for large-scale studies of genetic variation. As an alternative, custom-target sequencing has become a common methodology on the basis of its favorable balance between cost, throughput, and deep coverage. METHODS We have developed PGRNseq, a custom-capture panel of 84 genes with associations to pharmacogenetic phenotypes, as a tool to… CONTINUE READING
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