Both Sanger sequencing and next-generation sequencing (NGS) are powerful tools for genomic analysis that are commonplace in labs around the world. Choosing the best technique is important and will vary depending on a variety of factors including sample type, number of targets and level of detection required.
Download this infographic to compare Sanger sequencing and NGS and discover when to use each technique.
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- The differences between the two techniques
- When to use each technique
- Important applications of each technique
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