Despite Shift to Sequencing, Arrays Will Play Key Role in Full-Scale ENCODE Project | GenomeWeb
The widely held perception that next-generation sequencing technology is moving into areas once dominated by microarrays was given extra credence last week when the National Human Genome Research Institute announced grants for the second phase of its Encyclopedia of DNA Elements, or ENCODE, project.

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