Genome sequencing means figuring out the fundamental order of DNA. This process, which was once very cumbersome and extremely costly, has now reached a tipping point and is becoming commercially viable. While the field of genomics dates pre-1900s, it didn’t start to evolve until the 50s, and in the past few years alone we’ve made huge strides in genetic research aided by new technologies; and all of these advances are leading to more precise identification of genetic mutations, which allows for better preventative measures against diseases. Some popular applications of genome sequencing include:
- Prenatal Testing
- Rare Diseases Testing
- Personalized Medicine
Genome editing ETFs offer promising growth potential to those investors who can stomach to inherent risks with new health care technologies.
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As of 02/23/20