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New Device Permits a Closer Look at Previously Inaccessible Areas of the Genome

News   Nov 25, 2019 | Original story from the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics

 
New Device Permits a Closer Look at Previously Inaccessible Areas of the Genome

The sequencing device has tiny nanopores that can determine both the DNA sequence and the epigenetic signature. Credit: MPI f. Molecular Genetics/ Pay Gießelmann.

 
 
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