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A Year Ago

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A year ago in Genome Technology, Raju Kucherlapati of the Harvard Partners genome center graced our cover for an article about the phasing out of smaller sequencing centers in favor of the Big Three — Washington University, Baylor, and Whitehead (now the Broad Institute). In the year since, more of these centers have shifted their focus away from pure sequencing and are working on finishing, comparative genomics, and evolutionary genomics, among other endeavors.

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