Special Issue "Next-Generation Sequencing in the Differential Diagnosis of Disease"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 November 2023) | Viewed by 194
Interests: human genetics; bioinformatics
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The decreasing costs of next-generation sequencing (NGS) are this technology accessible to a large part of the scientific community. The amount of crescent sequences generated by NGS has made it possible to study the genetic mechanisms underlying the causes and prognostics of different types of diseases. Moreover, since they are becoming more precise and cost-effective, NGS techniques are now finding widespread application in diagnostics, as well as therapeutic and monitoring choices, gradually replacing other methods.
This Special Issue aims to publish articles on the topics related to the usage of various NGS methods applied to differential diagnostics in cases like rare genetic disorders, cancers and infectious diseases.
We welcome scholars to submit the following varieties of study: original research articles using different study designs; critical reviews regarding the different aspects of NGS on clinical diagnosis, including systematic reviews; and innovative methodological papers, including Bioinformatic pipelines.
Dr. Ronald Moura
Manuscript Submission Information
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- rare diseases
- genetic biomarkers