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Such a fingerprint would not be as clear as catching DNA in a sequencer.
All of Us will depend on prices falling for sequencing — and more sequencers being built.
Genome sequencer 23andMe, for example, has DNA from its 5 million customers.
Sound Machine is a 16-step sound sequencer that provides users the ability to generate musical compositions via a combination of .wav and midi samples.
Clinical lab director Shimul Chowdhury, who has a doctorate in interdisciplinary biomedical sciences, has been right in the middle of the diagnosis process since Rady bought its first set of genome sequencers.
As The Atlantic explains, both DeepVariant and GATK solve a technical problem in gene sequencing that arises from the way gene sequencers analyze DNA in broken up strands, each about 100 letters long.
War & Leisure luxuriates in its spare, psychedelic edge while trading synths and sequencers for echoing guitars, and finds its crooner/songwriter trafficking, lyrically, in a lousy political and environmental climate.
Those tools include mass spectrometers to allow scientists to measure complex molecules, such as proteins and cellular compartments; DNA sequencers that work in deep space; and ground-penetrating radars to explore beneath Europa’s icy crust.
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