A new strategy for genome sequencing

@article{Venter1996ANS,
  title={A new strategy for genome sequencing},
  author={J. Craig Venter and Hamilton O. Smith and Leroy Hood},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1996},
  volume={381},
  pages={364-366}
}
Existing approaches to sequencing the human genome are based on the assumption that each region to be sequenced must first be mapped. But there is a simpler strategy in which any number of laboratories can cooperate. 

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