The role of next- and third-generation sequencing in the diagnosis and prognostics of acute myeloid leukaemia

The role of next- and third-generation sequencing in the diagnosis and prognostics of acute myeloid leukaemia

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I have requested for the first class paper and I am expecting a professional piece of work, please assign a very professional writer as it is postgraduate paper, not undergraduate.
essay should:
1. Cover, but not be specifically limited to, the principles of the technique, clinical applications, advantages/disadvantages over the other molecular investigations, the potential to be used as a
routine method in the future, etc.
2. Be based on the data from other authors’ research articles published in peer-reviewed academic journals, and should avoid just rephrasing other researchers’ review articles.
3. Bring together the information from different sources you have read to form your own points of view, and highlight the consensus and controversy where exist. Avoid simply putting information
from literatures together without integration and reorganisation.