Companies work toward the $100 genome

04/17/2008 | M.I.T. Technology Review

Complete Genomics and BioNanomatrix have teamed up to develop a new gene-mapping method that can sequence an individual's genome in one workday for $100. The approach involves identifying complete "words" made up of five DNA letters, which will be then used in a device that can simultaneously interpret the sequence of multiple genomes on one chip.

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