DNA sequencing At Xerox center, DNA imager needs partner to see the light | GenomeWeb

You have probably never met — or, for that matter, heard of — Bob Street, but if you make any use of DNA sequencing technology, he may be a good guy to know. Street, a research fellow at Xerox research subsidiary PARC for the past 27 years, is one of three inventors listed on a newly issued patent for a DNA sequence imager that could strip current methods of their cumbersome optics requirements.

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