Is There Still a Market for Sanger Sequencing? Microdevice Developers Think So | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, April 24 (GenomeWeb News) - Is Sanger sequencing on its way out? Developers of alternative DNA-sequencing technologies might suggest it is, but other innovators believe the technique will evolve much like computers have: from a roomful of expensive and labor-intensive equipment to integrated microdevices requiring little oversight.

 

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