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Author(s): Roberta Anding, MS, RD/LD, CDE
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Sequencing Error Rates

Edited Transcript from “The Pathway to Genomic Medicine,” Richard Gibbs, PhD*
We have a lot of data on the 454. These graphs show that the error rates for the machines are down on the low end. Depending on the particular genome that’s used, the 454 can give you a product that’s what we’re used to getting from the Sanger reaction.
454 = 454 Life Sciences

*Notes in this slide presentation are adapted from the transcript of “The Pathway to Genomic Medicine,” a presentation by Richard Gibbs, PhD, given in August 2007, as part of Baylor College of Medicine’s Department of Medicine Grand Rounds Human Genetics Symposium.