Issue Date: April 27, 2009
Nanopore Sequencing Continues To Advance
Two research groups have brought nanopore DNA sequencing closer to reality. These scientists are among those trying to sequence DNA more rapidly and inexpensively than is currently possible by identifying nucleotides one by one as they traverse a tiny hole. This approach could aid personalized medicine, which aims to tailor drugs or medical treatments to people on the basis of their individual genetic makeup. Hagan Bayley of the University of Oxford and coworkers . . .
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