NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Human Genome Research Institute is asking for feedback from the research community on how next-generation DNA sequencing technologies affect biomedical research and medicine.

The institute detailed its questions about next-gen sequencing in a new white paper, called "The Future of Genome Sequencing." It is the fourth in a series of papers aimed at generating a public dialogue about NHGRI's role in supporting genomics research over the coming years.

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