Woods Hole Team Develops Quality Control Method to Improve Accuracy of 454’s GS 20 | GenomeWeb
Researchers from the Marine Biological Laboratory at Woods Hole have devised a quality-control method for weeding out and discarding bad 454 sequence reads, thus increasing the accuracy of the data the platform produces.
According to the researchers, the method will be particularly useful for microbial diversity studies, where accuracy is especially important because researchers may need to interpret single reads without building consensus sequences.

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