BGI Finds Illumina GA Suitable for Human Genome Reseq; Will Publish Results Soon | GenomeWeb
Researchers at the Beijing Genomics Institute in Shenzhen have analyzed the genome of an anonymous Chinese man whom they sequenced a year ago using Illumina’s Genome Analyzer.
According to their analysis, which is scheduled to appear in an upcoming issue of the journal Nature, short-read sequencing technologies are well suited for sequencing large eukaryotic genomes, as long as a reference genome sequence is available.

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