We'd Better Rev Up Those Next-Gen Sequencers | GenomeWeb

At his Personal Genome blog, Jason Bobe compares the consumer genomics field to the personal computing industry by way of explaining his prediction that as many as 50 million people will have their genome sequenced by 2015. While Bobe makes it clear that there's no good evidence for that number, from GTO's perspective, it still sounds mighty optimistic.

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