Optical Genome Mapping: Unrivaled Structural Variant Detection for Cancer Research and Precision Medicine

July 2, 2021

Labroots Webinar - June 30, 2021

Discover how Optical Genome Mapping (OGM) can help you in the characterization of complex samples. OGM is a non-sequencing technique that provides a high-resolution view of intact, long DNA molecules free from the bias and errors introduced by Next-Generation Sequencing. Automatically identify all structural variants, genome-wide, starting at 500bp, including complex rearrangements and with sensitivity down to 1% allele fraction. Structural variants have nowhere to hide.