Next-Gen Sequencing Shows Promise for Public Health, but Faces Technical, Political, Social Hurdles | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

This story was originally published Oct. 31.

International food-safety, epidemiological, pathogen-monitoring, and health agencies believe that next-generation sequencing will become the technology of choice for monitoring outbreaks and pathogens on a global scale within the next decade, according to a recent report.

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