Title: Methods, computer-accessible medium, and systems for generating a genome wide haplotype sequence
US Patent Number: 8,718,951
Assignee: New York University
Inventors: Bhubaneswar Mishra, Thomas Anantharaman, Sang Lim, Pierre Franquin
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