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Getting Off to a Good Start


Faced with an empty, freshly painted lab room, many young scientists have a small panic attack: What do they need to properly start their lab? And how do they keep it running smoothly? To address some of the questions floating around in young investigators' minds, Genome Technology caught up with a few experts to get their take on setting up a lab. With their advice, the experience can be less stressful and more like being a kid in a candy store.

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