454 Taps Myers for Help on New Assembly Algorithm

CuraGen subsidiary 454 is collaborating with bioinformatics heavy hitter Gene Myers on a new assembly algorithm for the company’s high-throughput sequencing technology, according to a company spokesperson.

The company declined to provide further details on the collaboration or the assembly technology under development.

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