By now, the refrain that sequencing is becoming cheaper and cheaper is well-worn. But since sequencing is becoming more economical, researchers are increasingly using it as a go-to method in the lab. As the technology and computing power improves, they also hope to someday have vast numbers of sequenced human genomes on hand — something that may power personalized medicine.

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