How scientists use various sequencing technologies to answer the most challenging questions
- Finding clues to human longevity in a grandmother’s DNA.
- Finding ways to match new drugs to patients they can best help.
- Finding answers from archived samples for disease surveillance and outbreak investigation
What you can accomplish through genomic research has never been greater. And with the right combination of sequencing technologies by your side, the answers are waiting.
Monogenic to multifactorial disease genetics: how do we improve efficiency?
See examples of human genetic disease projects and technology solutions that can deliver meaningful data within a week from sample to data. Whether you need to analyze one gene or thousands of genes, we enable you to select the right tool for the job.
Read what publications reveal about sequencing approaches for genetic diseases across a wide spectrum of genetic and phenotypic heterogeneity and an equally wide selection of causative mutation types.
Watch Dr. Laurie Marker, CCF's founder and executive director, share her thoughts on conservation genetics research that is changing the face of Africa.