JGI Installs Second PacBio, Phases out 454 as it Preps to Generate Nearly 50 Trillion Bases in 2012 | GenomeWeb

By Andrea Anderson

The US Department of Energy's
Joint Genome Institute is tweaking its sequencing technology lineup as it gears up to produce more than 47 trillion bases of DNA sequence in the 2012 fiscal year, with more than half that sequencing output slated to go toward its largest user program, the Community Sequencing Program.

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