Ribotyping Easily Fills in for Whole Genome Sequencing to Characterise Foods-borne Pathogens
Whole genome sequencing (WGS) has become the ultimate test to display the order of every base pair in an entire length of DNA…
Whole genome sequencing (WGS) has become the ultimate test for determining the genetic profile of an organism. Its ability to display the order of every base pair in an entire length of DNA (the whole genome) promises to easily and flawlessly present every part of the genome for analysis, and to determine an organism’s exact identification and function (including the ability to cause disease).
In this whitepaper, we discuss the benefits and potential of next-generation sequencing, the value that this technique provides to food processors, and alternative techniques.
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