Oxford Nanopore's announcement of its new whole-genome sequencing technology has set the genomics world talking once again about the $1,000 genome and how it could change research and healthcare. It "has the promise of taking the enterprise of sequencing an individual's genome out of the basic science laboratory, and out to the consumer mass market," says Razib Khan at The Crux blog.

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