Gene sequencing competition heats up as Complete Genomics claims $5,000 genome

The hotly competitive field of genomics just got a little hotter. DNA sequencing startup Complete Genomics announced last week that it signed a pilot project with Harvard and MIT’s Broad Institute to sequence five complete human genomes, paralleling a similar arrangement with the Institute for Syste...

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