At PAG, Researchers Dissect 454 s Sequencer 20; Suitable for Microbial Genomes, But Rough Edges Exist | GenomeWeb

SAN DIEGO, Jan. 14 (GenomeWeb news) - A workshop at the Plant and Animal Genome conference held here this week discussing microbial genome sequencing concluded that 454 Life Science's Genome Sequencer 20 is well-suited for resequencing and de novo sequencing microbial genomes.

But the session also highlighted some rough edges of the technology 454 must still iron out.

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