454, Baylor Publish Analysis of Watson's Genome; Baylor to Sequence More Human Genomes | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Almost a year after announcing their completion of Jim Watson’s genome sequence, researchers at Roche’s 454 Life Sciences and at Baylor College of Medicine have published an analysis of the DNA and details about the project — the first published human genome sequenced by a post-Sanger DNA sequencing platform.
 

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