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Karlsson Lab and Twist Bioscience create a custom Canine Exome

By March 27, 2024April 4th, 2024Posts

We are excited to announce that a new cost-effective custom canine exome is now available from Twist Bioscience. Karlsson lab scientists from the the Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard and UMass Chan Medical School, in collaboration with Twist Bioscience, developed the Twist Alliance Canine Exome as an off-the-shelf solution to exome sequencing that supports comparative genomic and comparative oncology studies in dogs. It enables cost-effective deep sequencing essential for identifying both germ-line and somatic variants, is compatible with existing workflows, and is priced competitively.

Visit the Twist Alliance Canine Exome page at Twist Bioscience to find out more about this new product.