Helicos and Columbia to Test Scripps' Improved Polymerases for Next-Gen Sequencing | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Helicos BioSciences and Columbia University sequencing scientist Jingyue Ju have teamed up with researchers at the Scripps Research Institute to improve DNA polymerase, the enzyme that lies at the heart of their respective next-gen sequencing-by-synthesis methodologies, GenomeWeb News has learned.
 

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