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Rating Core Labs

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Core labs might be the overlooked, underappreciated sidekick in the research world, but this survey of 841 Genome Technology readers says that users are happy overall with their cores.

For this survey, our third on the topic, we asked about your experiences with core labs. About 23 percent of the respondents worked at a core lab themselves, and they were directed to a separate set of questions asking about their facilities, while the rest of the respondents gave their feedback on using core labs — 66 percent of those respondents send work to cores.

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