Researchers Test Pyrosequencing Approach for Characterizing Potential Outbreak Bacteria | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Next-generation sequencing and comparative analysis are effective ways to obtain and analyze bacterial sequence data quickly, new research suggests — something that may be necessary in the event that bacteria are used as biological weapons.

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