IBM targets faster, cheaper sequencing

IBM is joining the genomic revolution. And the computing giant is already talking about taking the race to cut the cost of sequencing a genome--now focused on the $1,000 mark--to a whole new level as it leapfrogs into a leading position. A $100 sequencing bill, IBM scientists say, would bring the personal medicine revolution into everyone's home. Item

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