And This One Goes Out to ABRF | GenomeWeb

In a post discussing DNA sequencing at Discovering Biology in a Digital World, blogger Sandra Porter extolls the virtues of the core lab scientists who comprise ABRF, or the Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities. "From poor quality DNA to mixed samples, to mysterious or missing primers," she writes, "they've seen it all and are willing to share strategies for solving the problem."

 

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