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Sequencing Slowdown

It's a slide that shows up in a number of genomics presentations: a graphic from the US National Human Genome Research Institute compares the cost of DNA sequencing to Moore's Law, and it is often used to illustrate the deep and continuing drop of the cost of sequencing over time.

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