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Although there has been a massive development of next generation sequencing recently, Sanger sequencing method still remains widely used for routine sequencing of DNA fragments (Chen et al., 2014; Dawit et al., 2014; Ihle et al., 2014; Rounds et al., 2014). Results produced by capillary sequencing machines are often analyzed by Data Collection software, which generates ABIF (Applied Biosystems Genetic Analysis) formatted files (.ab1, .fsa).
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(Ihle et al., 2014) Comparison of high resolution melting analysis, pyrosequencing, next generation sequencing and immunohistochemistry to conventional Sanger sequencing for the detection of p. V600E and non-p. V600E BRAF mutations. BMC Cancer.
(Rounds et al., 2014) Predicting conversion to multiple sclerosis using antibody genetics: comparing Sanger and next generation sequencing methods. J. Immunology.
(Beran et al., 2015) ABIF Manager: simple reading and editing of ABIF formatted files. Bioinformatics.