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  • #61
    Hi
    I´m new here
    Do you have any presentation in ppt or pdf about Targeting sequencing or enrichment genomic regions
    Thanks

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    • #62
      check ABRF

      The DNA Sequencing Research Group (DSRG) of ABRF presented this topic at the last meeting. A link to their page is here:
      http://www.abrf.org/index.cfm/group....uencing.28.htm

      Under the Electronic Poster section, #1, there is a downloadable .pdf on the topic. And the membership of the RG can be asked about further information (e.g. #2 in on-going Studies).

      I hope this helps,
      Caprice

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      • #63
        Thank you very much

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