Genomics is poised to become more mainstream, experts say

02/19/2013 | Wired.com

The genomics industry is poised to take off in much the same way as the mobile phone industry, with inexpensive hardware and revenue driven by software, applications and diagnostics, some industry experts say. As data storage and analysis problems are solved and sequencing costs have dropped, scientists have become more able to focus on diagnostics. As prices continue to fall, genomics sequencing and personalized medicine will become more mainstream, experts say.

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