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intervention. Additionally, access to certain imaging modalities may be limited in some care settings, and evaluation by imaging may require sedation or anesthesia, posing risks to the patient. In human oncology, next-generation sequencing-based (NGS

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research
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used to distinguished between CHF and noncardiogenic respiratory signs. Next-generation sequencing technologies have advantages in terms of cost-effectiveness, sequencing speed, high resolution, and accuracy for genomic analyses, compared with

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panel was developed that makes it possible to screen for 22 different vector-borne pathogens in a single test. Designed to be used on cats and dogs, it is the only test of its kind and utilizes a novel approach that incorporates next-generation

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-scrubbing has been used in microbiome studies, 25 , 26 it might be considered impractical for clinically based studies. Using 16s rRNA next generations sequencing technology the breadth and complexity of the canine cutaneous microflora has become apparent. It

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. Next-generation sequencing and bioinformatic analysis Two RT-PCR positive canine swabs (1 nasal and 1 oral) were selected for next-generation sequencing. The Superscript IV First Strand Synthesis System (Invitrogen; Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc) was

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.00. Veterinary Vaccines: Current Innovations and Future Trends is a concise book that delineates recent scientific innovations with substantial impacts on the development of vaccines for food animals and pets. It describes new technical approaches, such as next-generation

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suggested that expanding genomic assessments through the use of next-generation sequencing can dramatically enhance the power of such screening. As a result of these approaches, new screening guidelines are being developed, with, for instance, the National

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( 11 ): e0262806 . doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0262806 17. Pak TR , Kasarskis A . How next-generation sequencing and multiscale data analysis will transform infectious disease management . Clin Infect Dis . 2015 ; 61 ( 11 ): 1695 – 1702

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