Sequencing the Teddy Bear | GenomeWeb

Sean Eddy's blog pointed us to Kevin Larry's "mildly enthused" interview with Cofactor Genomics, in which the co-founders detail "one of the more challenging projects they've worked on" — the teddy bear genome.

Warning: the video is long and contains graphic scenes of teddy bear disembowelment.

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