A Taiwan lab’s “genome positioning system” saves time for SNP mappers
by Aaron J. Sender
“Blast is too slow,” says Ming-Jing Hwang, explaining what drove his lab at the Academia Sinica in Taipei to develop a new SNP-mapping approach.
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