Single nucleotide polymorphism genotyping

Methods for identifying single nucleotide polymorphisms reveal insights into disease pathogenesis, disease susceptibility, and drug response.

A single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) occurs when one base pair at a specific locus in the genome changes. SNPs can indicate disease or disease susceptibility and may influence drug response, evolutionary changes, and more. Researchers have developed various methods and technologies for high throughput SNP genotyping to peer into the genome and identify these small but critical changes.

Download this poster from Drug Discovery News  to learn more about high throughput SNP genotyping methods, including whole genome association and fine mapping.

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