DNA sequencingDNA sequencing is the process of determining the precise order of the nucleotides inDNA. Genome sequencing helps us to understand the genetic biology and has vast potential for medical diagnosis and treatment.DNA sequencing technologies have gone through at least three "generations": Sanger sequencing and Gilbert sequencing were first-generation, pyrosequencing was second-generation, and Illumina sequencing is next-generation.
Advanced methods of sequencing involve shotgun sequencing, denovo sequencing. De novo sequencing is used to determine the sequence of the desired DNA with no known sequence. Shortgun method is designed to analyse the sequences longer than 1000 bp where the largegenomein broken down into random fragments. Both the techniques are used to sequence entire chromosomes.
Related Journals of Advanced DNA Sequencing
Journal of Next Generation Sequencing & Applications,Cloning & Transgenesis,Advancements in Genetic Engineering,Journal of Molecular Biomarkers & Diagnosis,Journal of Probiotics & Health, Next Generation Sequencing - Oxford Journals, Genomics - Journal - Elsevier, Artificial DNA: PNA and XNA, DNA and Cell Biology, DNA Repair, Recent Patents on DNA and Gene Sequences, Privredna Kretanja i Ekonomska Politika