For TIGR and Venter, the Goal Now Is to Sequence Entire Ecosystems at a Time | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, July 22 - Creature by creature, the natural world is steadily yielding its secrets to the genome sequencers. Life forms move through decoding machines like beasts through a high-tech ark: first bacteria, then people and poodles, now rice, mice, and cattle.

 

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