dGH in-Site gives researchers the ability to directly visualize and characterize rearrangements at targeted loci in genetic disease patient samples. Using synthetic oligo probes and repeat-free bioinformatic design, dGH in-Site is capable of tracking translocations, inversions, copy number variants, viral integrations and other complex rearrangements with an approximate 2kb resolution.
In-site allows researchers to examine patient samples one cell at a time without having to worry about PCR biases or misrepresentative sequencing averages from heterogeneous cell populations.
Instead, as an orthogonal and complementary technique, in-Site allows you to gather the most comprehensive data available in order to help provide as many answers as possible for patients of rare or undiagnosed genetic diseases.
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