Cambridge University Spinoff Devises Array for Swift, Cheap Resequencing | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Aug. 23 - A small British company said it is close to unveiling a prototype of a novel single-molecule array that can resequence an individual human genome with single-base resolution at a fraction of the time and cost of currently used methods.

 

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