If you are new to sequencing or just want to find out more about new applications, start here to learn about the history of sequencing and key sequencing methods for DNA and RNA characterization. Discover how to size DNA by fragment analysis and how to choose the right method for your applications. From gold-standard sequencing and fragment analysis by capillary electrophoresis (CE) to flexible and scalable next-generation sequencing (NGS), learn more about the technologies that can help your research lab realize its full sequencing potential.

What is DNA Sequencing

Article: What is DNA sequencing?

The definition of DNA sequencing along with some information on its importance and history.

What are the different types of DNA sequencing technologies?

Article: What are the different types of DNA sequencing technologies?

A brief introduction to Sanger sequencing, fragment analysis, and next-generation sequencing.

How do I choose the right sequencing technology?

Article: How do I choose the right sequencing technology?

Guidance on choosing between Sanger sequencing and next-generation sequencing, with a note about fragment analysis.

New to Sanger and NGS Technology

Article: New to Sanger and NGS Technology

An introduction to Sanger sequencing and next-generation sequencing workflows and products.

The Right Sequencing Approach for Genetic Disease Research

Article: The Right Sequencing Approach for Genetic Disease Research

Factors to consider when choosing from whole-genome, whole-exome, targeted next-generation, and Sanger sequencing methods for genetic disease research.

Sequencing Technologies to Answer the Most Challenging Questions

Article: Sequencing Technologies to Answer the Most Challenging Questions

Some commmon types of questions that scientists are asking and how the various sequencing technologies can best answer them.

Seq It Out video series

Seq It Out video series

An educational video series that sheds light on a variety of topics providing bite-sized answers to the sequencing questions you have every day.