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Stowers researchers develop whole genome sequencing approach for mutation discovery
Date:5/5/2009

Biology and co-equal senior author on the paper. "This advance will allow us to map mutations of interest in just a few weeks. The next-generation sequencing technology used for this project is extremely exciting. It will allow researchers to sequence genomes for a few thousand dollars, a cost unheard of just a few years ago. It will also enable them to take their science in new directions and answer new questions that were not possible with traditional sequencing technology."


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Stowers Institute for Medical Research
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