“ We were also able to significantly lower the Library Prep processing
and overall analysis costs by developing our own proprietary
BTSeq™ Library Preparation reagents, as these
factors occupied a significant portion of the cost of NGS analysis. ”
For the last few decades, Sanger Sequencing has been the standard for analyzing DNA sequences.
Due to its need for repetitive primer design, primer synthesis, and sequencing steps during Primer Walking
when analyzing long sequences, however, it requires lengthy experimental time and large costs to perform.
Additionally, issues such as high re-experimentation rates, intermittent errors, and a less than 1 kb read length
limitation have made sequence analysis difficult for clients.
To overcome these limitations, Celemics created an NGS-based molecular barcoding technology and NGS
error elimination algorithm solution, allowing for the analysis of sequences with lengths greater than 1kb
without the need of sequencing primers.