"Of particular interest now and in the near future are the many nanodetector technologies where sample preparation can be simplified and reagent and instrument costs reduced by using electronic detection and single molecule methods.
No sequencing instrument will provide the diverse kinds of data needed by all researchers. The future of sequencing will not be a single type of monolithic sequencer sold to large genome centers but, rather, will include a much more distributed sequence capacity tuned to the scientific or clinical needs of local investigators." (Source).
|GEN -- Genetic Engineering & Biotech News|
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