The most comprehensive sequencing method is whole genome sequencing that allows for identification of genetic variations and somatic mutations across the entire human genome. This type of sequencing encompasses both chromosomal and mitochondrial DNA. The advantage of sequencing the entire genome is that not only the protein-coding regions are sequenced, but information is also provided for regulatory and non-protein-coding regions.
- Automatic analysis of sequencing data (WGS)
- Identify Variants (WGS)
- Annotate Variants (WGS)
- Filter Somatic Variants (WGS)
- Identify Somatic Variants from Tumor Normal Pair (WGS)
- Identify Known Variants in One Sample (WGS)