Learn more about next-generation sequencing through this carefully crafted crime scene
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) is used to sequence millions or billions of DNA strands in parallel. Forensic analyses require high accuracy and reproducibility, however, templates of low copy number and degraded or contaminated samples pose challenges. NGS offers some advantages to current techniques used for forensic DNA analysis, and could potentially be a valuable technique for forensic investigations.
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