As Next-Gen Sequencers, Metagenomics Create Glut of Genomic Data, New Standards Emerge | GenomeWeb
Recent trends in genome sequencing — such as metagenomics studies and the availability of next-generation sequencing instruments — are generating unprecedented amounts of new data that the bioinformatics community is just starting to grapple with in many ways.

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