UPDATE: Sequencing Data from Ebola Virus Released | GenomeWeb

The story has been corrected to clarify that the dataset is the first from the research group, but not the first from the ongoing Ebola epidemic.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers from a group of UK organizations have released their first sequencing dataset containing information about the genetic structure of the Ebola virus that has ravaged West Africa has been released, Thermo Fisher Scientific said today. 

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