JGI Looking Beyond Whole Genomes to Epigenetics, Genome Finishing, and Single-Cell Sequencing | GenomeWeb

This article was originally published June 15.

The Department of Energy's Joint Genome Institute has already churned out over 40 trillion bases of sequence data this year, using a variety of next-generation sequencers for applications including de novo whole genome sequencing, RNA-seq, ChIP-seq, methylation sequencing, and even some single cell sequencing.

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