Answers Are Needed

We are on the cusp of a new age in medicine. Genetic researchers are closer than ever to solving some of the worst diseases plaguing mankind. Very long reads and highly accurate reads will power the next wave in genetic analysis.

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Third Generation sequencing will be pivotal to the next advances in cancer research and infectious disease response. 3G Sequencing provides a high quality read of the entire genome. 3GS is able to pinpoint a sample to a single molecule to target a specific area of interest.

A New Generation of DNA Sequencing
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ZS Genetics Technology Will Have The Answers

Detailed images of individual DNA molecules:
- Long reads - 20,000-50,000 base pairs
- Single Molecule capability
- Very fast cycle time
- Sharply reduced informatics demands

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One Platform, Multiple Applications

ZS Genetics is creating a new and pivotal technology that will dramatically improve the rate of discovery and reduce the time-to-market for critical applications including cancer treatments and cures. Driving costs down and throughput higher will enable realization of the promise of personalized genomics.

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De novo genome assembly

The electron microscope-based DNA sequencing technology developed by ZS Genetics will rapidly sequence de novo genomes inexpensively.

2

Full haplotypes

The DNA sequencing long reads obtained by ZS Genetics technology makes haplotyping easier and more accurate, which is beneficial to the field of population genetics.

3

Copy number variants

ZS Genetics DNA sequencing long reads are especially useful for analyzing duplications or amplifications, as it is possible to analyze the orientation of the amplified segments if they are captured in a single sequencing read.

4

Cancer

ZS Genetics technology allows longer reads that would provide a more accurate picture of copy number, orientation of amplified regions, and SNPs present in cancer genomes.

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Microbiome sequencing

ZS Genetics technology will allow longer reads that would greatly facilitate the assembly of new microbial genomes.