SNA - Researchers at The Genome Institute Of Singapore Develop Systematic Approach For Accurate DNA Sequence Rec...

Researchers at the Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS) have, for the very first time, developed a computational tool that comes with a guarantee on its reliability when reconstructing the DNA sequence of organisms, thus enabling a more streamlined process for reconstructing and studying genomic sequences. The work, lead by Dr Niranjan Nagarajan, Assistant Director of Computational and Mathematical Biology at the GIS, was reported in the November 2011 issue of the Journal of Computational Biology. Full story Related: Singapore group touts new genome assembly method - FierceBiotech IT

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