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Note to Readers

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Welcome to the first issue of Clinical Sequencing News — a new GenomeWeb newsletter focused on clinical and diagnostic applications of next-generation sequencing.

Clinical Sequencing News is produced by the editors of GenomeWeb's In Sequence, which has been the go-to source for news on the rapidly evolving sequencing market since 2007. This new publication will deliver the same comprehensive, in-depth reporting that readers have come to expect from In Sequence, but with a particular focus on the nascent clinical sequencing sector.

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In PNAS this week: chromosome instability in S. cerevisiae, structural differences and sequence divergence in rice, and more.

The San Diego Union-Tribune takes a look at the work to be done in personalized medicine.

An op-ed in the Wall Street Journal calls for the establishment of a patent court staffed by judges and experts with science backgrounds.

Widespread genome sequencing might not be justified just yet, USA Today reports.