Using a new DNA clone-based approach, the University of Washington's Evan Eichler and his team were able to find sequences that had been missing, fragmented, or misassigned in genome assemblies that were based solely on next-generation sequencing. They found 2,363 new DNA sequences corresponding to 720 genomic loci, as they reported in Nature Methods in April.

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