Study on Genome Sequencing Practices as Driving Force of Clinical Research Modernization in the Future
Genome sequencing is one of the most recent technologies to be incorporated into medical practises for disease diagnosis and medication development studies. It’s frequently used in genomic medicine to process and analyse information about genes and markers in order to diagnose and cure disease. Genomic medicine, in particular, use DNA and RNA platform sequencing technologies to examine the human genome for mutations and molecular abnormalities with evident clinical implications that may be linked to uncommon genetic illnesses. With the help of these genomic sequencing platforms, the Human Genome Sequencing Project, which discovered roughly 35,000 genes in sequences of more than 3 billion human DNA and RNA chemical bases, was finished in 2003. (first- and second-generation sequencing technologies). This paved the path for genomic medicine, allowing researchers to undertake translational genomic clinical trials, which have improved the clinical trial process in a number of ways.
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Yawo M. Akrodou
Department of Health Science, Walden University, USA.
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