Individual genomes targeted in sequencing revolution

@article{Adam2001IndividualGT,
  title={Individual genomes targeted in sequencing revolution},
  author={David Adam},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2001},
  volume={411},
  pages={402-402}
}
A Cambridge biotech start-up company is developing new technology that it claims could allow an individual’s genome to be sequenced in just a few days — at a fraction of the cost of existing technology. Strong claims indeed — today’s highestthroughput sequencing labs currently take months to sequence a mammalian genome completely. But Solexa, which opened its new laboratories earlier this month, may have the scientific muscle to back up such claims. Three members of the company’s scientific… CONTINUE READING
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