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Bionano Genomics’ next-generation mapping identifies large structural variants in cancer

Jun 6, 2017

Structural variants make up the majority of human genomic variation, but next-generation sequencing technology can’t correctly identify them. Bionano genomics’ next-generation mapping (NGM) is the only technology that can show you all SV types, homozygous and heterozygous, starting at 1000 bp up to millions of bp.

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