Singapore Genome Institute Joins SARS Sequencing Fray | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 16 - The Genome Institute of Singapore is currently sequencing the coronavirus now known to be the viral agent in Severe Acute Respiratory syndrome, and has identified a gene in the virus that is responsible for encoding RNA polymerase, the Institute said today.


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