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1 machine, 4 weeks now enough to sequence human genome – Ars Technica

Posted on: August 13, 2009

Researchers have used a new machine that sequences millions of small DNA fragments in parallel to cover 90 percent of one individual’s genome in only four weeks.

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hnica.com/science/news/2009/08/human-genome-completed-using-one-machine-for-four-weeks.ars’>1 machine, 4 weeks now enough to sequence human genome – Ars Technica.

1 Response to "1 machine, 4 weeks now enough to sequence human genome – Ars Technica"

amazing!!… still can’t believe it….., remembering it took years to complete human genome project

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