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Upcoming Pyrosequencing-Based Analyzer Topped Most-Read GenomeWeb News Stories Last Week

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - What are GenomeWeb News subscribers reading? Below are the five most-read articles for the five-day period ended Friday, Jan. 5.
1. Pyrosequencing Inventor Building Mini Sequencer That Will Cost Fraction of 454's GS20 (from Jan. 2)
2. ABI Sues Solexa Over Ownership of Sequencing-By-Ligation; Solexa Says IP Not Relevant to 1G Analyzer (from Jan. 2)
3. FDA May Not Pursue Genetic Label Changes 'As Aggressively' as Before; Hopes to Focus on Biomarkers Instead (from Jan. 3)
4. Sirna's Shaky Shareholder Settlement Sheds Light on Merck Acquisition (from Jan. 4)
5. NIH Awards $1.9M for Genomic, Bioinformatic Projects at Two Colleges (from Jan. 4)
The Scan

Not Yet a Permanent One

NPR says the lack of a permanent Food and Drug Administration commissioner has "flummoxed" public health officials.

Unfair Targeting

Technology Review writes that a new report says the US has been unfairly targeting Chinese and Chinese-American individuals in economic espionage cases.

Limited Rapid Testing

The New York Times wonders why rapid tests for COVID-19 are not widely available in the US.

Genome Research Papers on IPAFinder, Structural Variant Expression Effects, Single-Cell RNA-Seq Markers

In Genome Research this week: IPAFinder method to detect intronic polyadenylation, influence of structural variants on gene expression, and more.