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Race to Cut Whole Genome Sequencing Costs
Firms Take on the $100,000 Challenge
- Upon completion of the human genome sequence in 2003, a vision for the future of genomics research was put forth by the U.S. National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) and published in Nature. In it, the NHGRI called for researchers to develop technology that would allow sequencing of a ...
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