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Getting an accurate genome sequence requires that you collect the data at least twice argue Robasky, Lewis, and Church in their recent opinion piece in Nat. Rev. Genetics [1]. The DNA sequencing world kicked off 2014 with an audacious start.


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One Response to $1000 Genomes for $2000

  1. krobasky says:

    I wouldn’t say ‘requires’, and really the idea is more that, due to experimental error sources, consider lower-coverage replicates over a single high-coverage genome when it comes to genotyping.

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