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Favored Sequencing Method for Measuring Microbial Biodiversity is Not as Accurate as Once Thought

News   Aug 02, 2017 | Original story from American Museum of Natural History

 
Favored Sequencing Method for Measuring Microbial Biodiversity is Not as Accurate as Once Thought

Part of the research team traveling on the Amazon River © M. Lemke

 
 
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