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In early online publication in Science this week, scientists from Complete Genomics, Harvard Medical School, and Washington University have used the company's nanoarray technology to sequence three human genomes. The process generated an average, they say, of 45- to 87-fold coverage and 3.2 to 4.5 million variants per genome.

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