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When that DNA is converted into binary code by the sequencer, that code can take control of a connected computer.
There are even pocket-sized sequencers that allow people to analyze DNA in space stations, classrooms, and jungle camps.
One of biology’s living legends, the now 78-year-old scientist played an influential role in the development of the first automated DNA sequencer.
But more often than not, synthesizers and sequencers are used to form sound waves from scratch.
On the instrumentation side, the world’s most powerful DNA sequencers come from Illumina in San Diego.
And Illumina can discuss how the sequencers perform with Human Longevity.
Illumina crossed a threshold in 2014, with the announcement of a new sequencer that can produce human genomes for a cost of $1,000, when run in large batches.
The teams subjected those samples to genetic analysis — sometimes right on the spot using field versions of genome sequencers described in a study in Nature Protocols.
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