Danish Duo Introduces Microbe Identification Scheme Based on Random Subset of Raw Sequence Reads | GenomeWeb

Danish researchers have developed a computational search method for identifying organisms from a small subset of raw reads randomly selected from across a newly sequenced genome — a tool that they hope will be applicable in infection tracking, food safety, and other settings.

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