Next Generation Sequencing is a new generation of non-Sanger-based sequencing technologies has delivered on its promise of sequencing DNA at ‘Never Done Before’ speed, thereby enabling impressive scientist achievements and novel biological applications. DNA sequencing has come a long way since the days of two-dimensional chromatography in the 1970s. With the advent of the Sanger chain termination method in 1977, scientists gained the ability to sequence DNA in a reliable, reproducible manner.
The short read, massively parallel sequencing technique was a fundamentally different approach that revolutionized sequencing capabilities and launched the “next-generation” in genomic science. From that point forward, the data output of next-generation sequencing (NGS) has outpaced Moore’s law—more than doubling each year.
We at RASA life science informatics as a center for Bioinformatics training conduct Next generation sequence Data analysis Training Program or courses in accordance to the recent trends in the industry. Our NGS course contains detailed knowledge about the different methods and techniques taught in a more practical manner. Our training is highly ranked in India and we have till date trained more than 1000 students.