Say Goodbye to Sequencing

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Marc Vidal has nothing against his core lab. But back in 1998 when he first needed serious sequencing capacity, it was clear to him that the relatively low-throughput environment of university facilities wouldn't do. "What I've been interested in from a biological point of view is how proteins interact with each other and how they form networks and what biology can tell us about those networks," says Vidal, an associate professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School.

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