Next-generation sequencing technology drives discoveries in disease pathology

Next-Generation Sequencing Technology Drives Discoveries in Disease Pathology

Tony L. Goldberg, PhD, Department of Pathobiological Sciences
Topic: Microbiology & Infectious Disease : Customer

Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is playing a key role in infectious disease epidemiology for veterinary medicine—with the potential to drive breakthroughs in agriculture and genetic diversity conservation. Join us for a live webinar event and hear from Tony L. Goldberg and Sam Sibley from the University of Wisconsin-Madison about their recent research findings. Gain insights about how NGS technology is helping drive progress in disease pathology for a variety of animal species.

Nextera Flex: A Robust and Self-Normalizing Enzymatic Library Prep Technology
Andrew Slatter and Joshua Burgess, Illumina
Topic: Agriculture Genomics : Cancer Genomics : Reproductive & Genetic Health : Human Genetics & Genetic Disease : Microbiology & Infectious Disease : Sequencing : Services