Exploring Next-generation Sequencing
NGS technologies are ways of sequencing nucleotides faster and less expensive than Sanger sequencing. The development of massively parallel DNA sequencing technologies has ushered in a new age in genomics and molecular biology. NGS methods deliver better throughput data at a lower cost than the classic Sanger capillary electrophoresis sequencing method, considered a first-generation sequencing technology, and enable population-scale genome study.
Market Segmentation for Next-Generation Sequencing
- As a global company that values collaborative connections, timely delivery of solutions, and providing the highest level of quality, Illumina aspires to meet this challenge.
- Illumina’s groundbreaking sequencing and array technology are aiding life science research, translational and consumer genomics, and molecular diagnostics.
- A vision for improving people’s lives lies at the heart of Qiagen’s company. We keep our promise by offering unique Sample to Insight solutions that enable our customers to discover significant molecular insights encoded in life’s building elements.
- Through our industry-leading brands, Life Technology Corporation’s global workforce provides an unequaled combination of new technologies, purchasing convenience, and pharmaceutical services.
- A new generation of DNA/RNA sequencing technology has been created by Oxford Nanopore. It is the only sequencing technology that can analyze native DNA or RNA and sequence any length of the fragment to accomplish short to ultra-long read lengths in real-time.
- PacBio develops the most powerful sequencing systems in the world to give you the most comprehensive and accurate picture of genomes, transcriptomes, and epigenomes possible.
- Our founders pioneered a revolutionary approach to studying DNA, RNA, and protein creation and regulation. We’re using developments in biochemistry, optics, nanofabrication, and other fields to improve human health.
Third-generation sequencing methods have only recently been introduced and are primarily employed in research. NGS and third-generation sequencing methods have been compared in certain publications.
To know more about NGS technologies, come and join us at our event on Next Generation Sequencing for Life Sciences Online Summit held on 3rd June 2022.