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Whole-genome re-sequencing

Current Opinion in Genetics & Development

Oct 24, 2006

D R Bentley

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DNA sequencing can be used to gain important information on genes, genetic variation and gene function for biological and medical studies. The growing collection of publicly available reference genome sequences will underpin a new era of whole genome re-sequencing, but sequencing costs ...read more

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Whole-genome re-sequencing

Current Opinion in Genetics & Development

Oct 24, 2006

D R Bentley

PMID: 17055251

DOI: 10.1016/j.gde.2006.10.009

Abstract

DNA sequencing can be used to gain important information on genes, genetic variation and gene function for biological and medical studies. The growing collection of publicly available reference genome sequences will underpin a new era of whole genome re-sequencing, but sequencing costs ...read more

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Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
Polymerase
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Neoplasms
Gene Amplification Technique
Fluorescent stain
Clone
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Sequencing
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