USDA Will Use SeqWright Tech to Sequence 1,000 Flu Genomes | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — SeqWright will handle gene sequencing for a US Department of Agriculture study that aims to re-sequence 1,000 influenza genomes, the Houston-based company said today.
SeqWright said influenza genomes contain around 13,500 bases in eight single-stranded RNA segments.

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