Third-generation sequencing fireworks at Marco Island

Advances in sequencing platforms promise to make this technology more accessible.

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Munroe, D., Harris, T. Third-generation sequencing fireworks at Marco Island. Nat Biotechnol 28, 426–428 (2010).

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