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Has the Race to the $1,000 Genome Proceeded at the Expense of Quality? New Series on The Rise of Long Read Sequencing

According to a 2010 article in Bio-IT World, the term $1,000 Genome has been around since 2001.  The University of Wisconsin’s David Schwartz claims to have coined the term at an NHGRI retreat during a breakout session.  Whatever its origin, the $1,000 Genome soon became the target for the rapid development of next-gen sequencing (NGS).

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