JGI’s 2009 Community Sequencing Program Marks Shift from Sanger to New Platforms | GenomeWeb
New sequencing technologies will play a major role in the Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute’s 2009 Community Sequencing Program, announced last week, as the institute transitions from Sanger sequencing to second-generation platforms.
The institute selected 44 projects for next year’s CSP, which accounts for more than half of JGI’s sequencing activities. Sixteen projects are devoted to eukaryotes, 17 to bacteria and archaea, and 11 to metagenomes.

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