May 7, 2015

A vision for ubiquitous sequencing

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Yaniv Erlich

Abstract

Genomics has recently celebrated reaching the $1000 genome milestone, making affordable DNA sequencing a reality. With this goal successfully completed, the next goal of the sequencing revolution can be sequencing sensors - miniaturized sequencing devices that are manufactured for real time applications and deployed in large quantities at low costs. The first part of this manuscript envisions applications that will benefit from moving the sequencers to the samples in a range of domains. In the second part, the manuscript outlines the critical barriers that need to be addressed in order to reach the goal of ubiquitous sequencing sensors.

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Genome
Nucleic Acid Sequencing
Human DNA Sequencing
Genomics
Sequencing
Sequence Determinations, DNA
Genome Sequencing
Transcriptional Activation Domain
DNA Sequence

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