2010 - Transplantomics and Biomarkers in Transplantation
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NOVEL APPLICATIONS FOR GENOMIC TECHNOLOGIES IN ORG
1.1 - ADVANCES IN GENOME ANALYSIS TECHNOLOGIES
Presenter: Ronald, W. Davis, Stanford, USA Authors: Ronald W. Davis
ADVANCES IN GENOME ANALYSIS TECHNOLOGIES Ronald W. Davis, Professor of Biochemistry and Professor of Genetics, Member of the Stanford Comprehensive Cancer Center, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA
New biological and engineering technology are advancing very fast. They will have a major impact on diagnostic medicine.
1. Biochemical/Genetic assays can be multiplexed where the cost of millions of assays is the same as one current assay.
2. Direct DNA sequencing of predetermined Targeted Regions (exons and control regions) using new DNA sequencing Instruments currently under development will soon become cheaper and much faster.
3. New engineering/biology interfaces will allow many new point of use real time assays to be developed at low cost.
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