NewsTechnology could upend DNA sequencing for diagnosing certain
DNA mutations

27th January 2021by admin0
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Doctors are increasingly using genetic signatures to
diagnose diseases and determine the best course of care, but using
DNA sequencing and other techniques to detect genomic
rearrangements remains costly or limited in capabilities. However,
an innovative breakthrough developed by researchers at Virginia
Commonwealth University Massey Cancer Center and the VCU Department
of Physics promises to diagnose DNA rearrangement mutations at a
fraction of the cost with improved accuracy.

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