Sanger sequencing method prevailed from the 80's until the mid-2000s. Over that period, great advances were made in the technique, such as #FluorescentLabelling, #CapillaryElectrophoresis, and general automation. These developments allowed much more efficient sequencing, leading to lower costs. The Sanger method, in mass production form, produced the first human genome in 2001, ushering in the age of #genomics.
Genotypic pays tribute to legendary Fredrick Sanger! Launch of Sanger Sequencing services at Genotypic Technology : Full day Sanger Sequencing Workshop on 1st Feb 2014 at Genotypic Technology, Bangalore. Bring your own samples and get it sequenced in Sanger. Come and explore the technology that unraveled the Human Genome sequence. For Registration log on to www.genotypic.co.in or call +918040538300. Hurry!! Limited seats!
Fred Sanger (born 13 August 1918) is a British biochemist, winner of two Nobels for contributions concerning the determination of base sequences in nucleic acids, and developer of the Sanger sequencing method. Fred predicted that protein insulin had precise amino acid sequences and, by extension, that every protein had a unique sequence.