Genotyping allows scientists to explore genetic variants such as single nucleotide variants, copy number variants, and large structural changes in DNA. High-throughput genomic technologies such as next-generation sequencing (NGS) and microarrays can provide a deeper understanding of disease etiology on a molecular level.
With multiple genomic targets potentially contributing to disease, analysis requires flexibility and accuracy. Genotyping data analysis tools can analyze results for millions of markers and probes and detect sample outliers, providing insight into the functional consequences of genetic variation.
Interrogate variants across the entire genome to obtain the most comprehensive view of genomic variation.
Focus time and resources on genotyping variants in a specific genomic region of interest, often with higher coverage.
Compare techniques for detecting single nucleotide polymorphisms and variants to determine which approach is best for your needs.
Detect DNA copy number changes, as well as aberrant chromosome amplifications and deletions, relative to a reference genome.
Screen large sample sets for novel genetic variants or species, or target regions of the genome relevant to your specific research interests.
Large-scale genotyping with microarrays can identify variants associated with disease risk in large cohorts or populations.
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