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Figure 1: Comparison of the sequencing process in Drmanac et al.1 (left) and in a previous sequencing-by-ligation method2 (right).

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G.J.P. is an employee of, and holds stock in, Good Start Genetics, Inc. He is listed as an inventor on patents and patent applications related to next-generation sequencing technology, and is eligible to receive royalty distributions under the assignee's royalty-sharing policy.

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Porreca, G. Genome sequencing on nanoballs. Nat Biotechnol 28, 43–44 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1038/nbt0110-43

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