Sequencing Is So 2003: Biology, PGx in Vogue at AGBT Conference | GenomeWeb

MARCO ISLAND, Fla., Feb. 6  (GenomeWeb News) - At a conference where scientists willingly forego the start of the annual party to stay late at a session debating the merits of finished versus high-quality draft sequence, there seems to be little concern that the number of vendors has dropped significantly or that overall attendance is down from years past.

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