Facing a Tangle of Tape, Scientists Seek New Options for Storing Sequencing Data | GenomeWeb
This article has been updated to clarify comments made by Vadim Sapiro of the J. Craig Venter Institute.
 
BOSTON — This week’s Bio-IT World Conference highlighted that while the task of harvesting data from second-generation sequencing instruments has only just begun, both large and small labs are already facing some big choices over how to store the terabytes of data that these tools generate.
 

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