600 Base Reads on the Ion S5™ Next-Generation Sequencing System Enables Accurate HLA Typing of 96 Samples on One 530™ Chip

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600 Base Reads on the Ion S5™ Next-Generation Sequencing System Enables Accurate HLA Typing of 96 Samples on One 530™ Chip
 
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Peter B. Vander Horn, Cisilya Duncan, Jamsheed Ghadiri, Amneet Gulati, Diana Jeon, April Jung, Mindy Landes, Tommie Lincecum, Geoffrey Lowman, Vadim Mozhayskiy, Linus Ong, Xinzhan Peng, Maryam Shenasa, Prasanna Thwar

 
 

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