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Workshop in BHU on Next Generation Genetics: Scientists said- 5 GB data is found in genome sequenceing of a sample; Extra care kept in its study

Workshop in BHU on Next Generation Genetics: Scientists said- 5 GB data is found in genome sequenceing of a sample; Extra care kept in its study

The data that is found in sequencing genome of a sample is more than 5 GB. Place extra care in its study. It requires computational simulations to analyze from any computer. If the data is fine, the simulation also gives accurate results. Jean Expert Dr. Divyank Mahajan said these things in NGS i.e. Next Generation Sequening Workshop held at Kashi Hindu University today. Mahajan gave information to the students on gene based disease during training. He showed in the classroom how the correct basecalling can identify the gene responsible for any disease in an effective way. Later on these data can be used in the treatment of medical science diseases. Giving information about the status of mutations taught to students, Professor Dnyaneshwar Choubey and Dr. Raghav Mishra from the organizer board said that the researchers in the program gave data to the data. Learned to detect mutations while maping. Information about problems caused by mutation scoring was given. Told that the NGS workshop was launched in the Julaji Department of BHU today. Professor SK Trigun, Chairman of the Department of Zoology, interacted with 50 selected researchers and scientists from across the country that this department was a pioneer in all areas of science across the country. Continuing the same, a workshop is being held here today. All PHD scholars and scientific country will be included in the top countries in the world in terms of next generation genetics. In this program, in this program of the work, Dr. Ashish Dubey, CEO of Red CHETIX, about genes based on genes and diagnoses Told me closely. He said that till the first of the 21st century, only a few parts of the genome were known from the Sanger sequening. However, now through NGS we are able to get information about the entire genome (3.2 billion base pair). This is the era of gene revolution. We can now find out all kinds of congenital diseases in time. On the second days, this expert this workshop was attended by people from various departments of BHU's Institute of Science and Institute of Medical Sciences. In the second day's workshop, Dr. Mansa Raghavan, Pelio DNA Professor of the University of Chicago, Birbal Sahni Institute of PalioSians Dr. Neeraj Rai, Dr. Manvendra Singh from Max Delberk Center Germany will solve the genomic questions and diles of researchers. Copyright © 2022- 23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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July 28th 2022, 3:19 pm
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