Next-Gen Sequencers, Led by 454's GS20, Gain Ground in Small-RNA Analysis | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - As new DNA-sequencing technologies enter the market, vendors and users are seeking applications other than whole-genome sequencing and even emerging ones such as mRNA-expression profiling.

 
They might not have to look far.
 

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