By encapsulating single organisms from microbiome samples in gel microdroplets and then culturing them to form microcolonies, researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory have been able to sequence the genomes of individual bacterial species with much higher coverage and lower bias than possible using whole-genome amplification methods starting with single cells.

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