A google for DNA

@inproceedings{Ossola2015AGF,
  title={A google for DNA},
  author={Alexandra Ossola},
  year={2015}
}
In 2005, next-generation sequencing began to change the field of genetics research. Obtaining a person’s entire genome became fast and relatively cheap. Databases of genetic information were growing by the terabyte, and doctors and researchers were in desperate need of a way to efficiently sift through the information for the cause of a particular disorder or for clues to how patients might respond to treatment. 

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