Figure 2 - Relative sample and data throughputs for different nucleic acid detection and sequencing technologies.


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What would you do if you could sequence everything?

Avak Kahvejian, John Quackenbush & John F Thompson

Nature Biotechnology 26, 1125 - 1133 (2008)

doi:10.1038/nbt1494

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A rough estimate of the number of samples that can be run on a single instrument in one week with the resultant data points is shown on a logarithmic scale for different technologies. This is intended for comparative scale and is not exact.

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