Nanopore sequencing may speed up genome sequencing

10/11/2006 | M.I.T. Technology Review

The National Human Genome Research Institute has awarded grants totaling $12 million to researchers who are developing techniques that would dramatically cut the time and costs associated with mapping a mammalian genome. Some scientists think a decade-old idea called nanopore sequencing could significantly speed up the process.

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