Category Archives: dna sequencing
This was an interesting video about Pacific Biosciences (PacBio), a third-generation DNA sequencing company, that I recently came across in the Wall Street Journal. It profiles their upcoming sequencing device, the PacBio RS, from a business perspective.
The basic premise of genetic sequencing involves preparing a DNA sample into a form suitable for use on a DNA sequencer. Afterwards, the sequencer ascertains the sequences of bases on the preapred sample and stores these results into a digital … Continue reading
I was perusing Nature Biotechnology and came across that next generation DNA sequencing was Nature’s Method of the Year 2007. Okay, so I’m a little late to this link … However, the links mentioned there are pretty nice and give … Continue reading