- Cost-effective—target regions of interest using capture and enrichment strategies for a simplified workflow
- Super amplicons—identify variants that could drop out of other PCR workflows
- Ideal coverage—targeted hybridization capture workflow for on target and uniform coverage that supports single- or multi-plex options
Targeted DNA sequencing methods allow for the interrogation of specific regions of the genome so that researchers can obtain information about the genetic material they care about the most. Targeted NGS workflows, such as amplicon sequencing or hybridization capture workflows, generally require less sample input, and result in data on specific areas of the genome, meaning researchers get more manageable datasets for in-depth analyses.
For more information about targeted DNA sequencing read the IDT Targeted sequencing handbook,
or started with amplicon sequencing or hybridization capture workflows.