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GWAS research

Genome-wide association studies (GWAS) is a method for obtaining candidate genes or genomic regions associated with phenotypic traits. GWAS research is conducted base on SNPs and phenotypic information of each individual in a population, and the linkage disequilibrium between markers and target genes.

The advantage of the MGI

1) A One-stop solution combines library preparation, sequencing and data analysis

2) appropriate for WGS and GBS

3) Multiple sequencing modes are supported