Agilent launches new exome design for genomics research

By The Science Advisory Board staff writers

June 2, 2021 -- Agilent Technologies has released a new exome design that provides content for genomics research.

The company's SureSelect Human All Exon v8 provides content and the latest data covering protein coding regions from RefSeq, consensus coding sequence (CCDS), and GENCODE, as well as the TERT promoter and difficult to capture exons.

Finally, the new design is available in the following options:

  • Routine exome sequencing (Exome v8)
  • Clinical research sequencing (v8 Clinical Plus)
  • Translational research (v8 UTR Plus)
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