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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A new method that uses long oligonucleotide probes to capture and clone large numbers of kilobase-sized DNA fragments in parallel promises to enable high-throughput functional studies of proteins and genomic elements, target preparation for long-read sequencing, and other applications.

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