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Old 01-13-2014, 05:46 PM   #21
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Hijacking the thread for a second. I have been researching diagnostic assays where single amplicon or low-plex sequencing will be useful, it seems a slim chance; PCR and RT-PCR seem to dominate the molecular diagnostics market.

Are there specific, high value diagnostics areas that can only be addressed by sequening? My argument would be Sanger could be very useful in such applications (I couldn't identify many, want to put it out there to see if others might know more sequencing diagnostic assays)

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