New Sequencers May Lower Cost of Structural Variation Effort, But Short Reads Are Tricky | GenomeWeb
New sequencing technologies could lower the cost of a multi-million-dollar project to map structural variations in the human genome, but the new methods have yet to prove that they are up to the task, according to a researcher involved in the initiative.

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