New Standards Emerge to Meet Glut of Next-Gen Sequencing, Metagenomics Data | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Recent trends in genome sequencing, including next-generation instruments and the rise of metagenomics studies, have spawned several efforts to standardize genomic data formats across different platforms to enable the bioinformatics community to efficiently exchange data.

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