Exome sequencing case study
Recent advancements in rapid and low-cost exome sequencing make it an attractive alternative to traditional targeted gene panel sequencing for clinical research, while maintaining the possibility of discovering mutations in genes previously not associated with a disorder.
Researchers are now using proband-father-mother (trio) exome sequencing to uncover variants that may potentially either cause or modify the condition under study. Download this latest case study to learn more.
Dr. Christian Marshall of The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Canada, uses exome sequencing that may unravel novel variants in autism and other pediatric diseases.