Next-generation sequencing transforms today's biology

@article{Schuster2008NextgenerationST,
  title={Next-generation sequencing transforms today's biology},
  author={Stephan C. Schuster},
  journal={Nature Methods},
  year={2008},
  volume={5},
  pages={16-18}
}
A new generation of non-Sanger-based sequencing technologies has delivered on its promise of sequencing DNA at unprecedented speed, thereby enabling impressive scientific achievements and novel biological applications. However, before stepping into the limelight, next-generation sequencing had to overcome the inertia of a field that relied on Sanger-sequencing for 30 years. 

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