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A computational tool for the hybrid de novo assembly of human genomes is presented in Nature Biotechnology this week. The algorithm's developers at the University of Tübingen and the University of Lyon demonstrate the technology by assembling four human genomes using a combination of sequencing data generated on Oxford Nanopore Technology PromethION, PacBio Sequel, Illumina, and MGI technology platforms.

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