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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Scientists exploring a marine microbial community have developed a way to combine gene expression analysis with metagenomics, according to research published today.
 
Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Pennsylvania State University used a combination of RNA amplification and next-generation sequencing to look at the gene expression and metagenomics of a marine, microbial community in the North Pacific.
 

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