Due to the fresh development in high-throughput sequencing technique for cancer genomes has supported a growing molecular classification of cancer. Due to advancement of various New technology like next-generation sequencing 1, 2 (NGS) has enabled a systematic cataloguing of cancer genomes through national and international genomics projects, for example, the Cancer Genome Atlas and the International Cancer Genomics Consortium. The quick improvement in the Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) has opened a wealth of opportunities for research in many fields: personalized medicine, cancer biology, neuro-degeneration, epigenetics, tumor evolution, microbiome and infectious disease ambulation etc.
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