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Pure Innovation Drives Clinical-Grade NGS
Sequencing Is Becoming Less Ambiguous and More Clinically Relevant
- When people talk about the $1,000 genome, they are not speaking about the whole genome, but the exons, the so-called coding regions of the genome. “Six years ago, I was spending $15,000 per exome sequence,” says Gholson Lyon, M.D., Ph.D., a genomic scientist working for the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. “Now ...
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