What is the difference between genotyping and sequencing?

Genotyping is an older technology that takes a snapshot only of specific single letters in your genetic code (called SNPs). These single letters, or SNPs, are predefined based on common variations in the human genome.Sequencing is a newer and more comprehensive technology that reads your DNA base pairs in order – like reading an entire sentence, paragraph, or chapter of a book, rather than single letters.Learn more about the differences between genotyping and sequencing AND why Helix's Next Generation Sequencing based Exome+ technology is more comprehensive and complete than genotyping: https://www.helix.com/blog/dna-technologies-genotyping-vs-sequencing/