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March 01, 2008 (Vol. 28, No. 5)

Next-Generation Sequencing Picks Up Pace

Vast Increases in Speed and Versatility Are on the Horizon

  • When Leonard Bloksberg, Ph.D., was a research biologist in New Zealand, his large genomic searches using a DEC Alpha Cluster and BLAST were estimated to take years. As Dr. Bloksberg observed during Cambridge Healthtech’s“Next-Generation Sequencing” (NGS) conference, held late last year in Providence, RI, the genomics-data monster doubles every ...

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