Researchers Use CE Sequencing to ID Novel Insertions and Fill Gaps in Human Reference Genome | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

Researchers from the University of Washington recently characterized human genome sequences and copy number polymorphic insertions that have been missing from the human reference genome.

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