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Whole genomes can now be sequenced and analyzed in about two days, which could greatly benefit newborns in a medical crisis.
Complete Genomics’ race to lower the costs of DNA sequencing didn’t yield business success.
A big-picture view of microbial DNA should help public health officials, genome scientists, and possibly medical researchers.
It can be quicker and easier to sequence a genome than to analyze the resulting data—now one startup thinks it has a solution to this data-crunching bottleneck.
Cheap sequencing technology is flooding the world with genomic data. Can we handle the deluge?