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Justin Pater

Justin Pater holds a next-generation sequencing DNA chip. Inside of the chip, there are millions of microscopic wells, containing DNA fragments that cover the entire genome. Each of these DNA fragments are sequenced by a machine known as an Ion Proton next-generation sequencer.

Justin Pater holds a next-generation sequencing DNA chip. Inside of the chip, there are millions of microscopic wells, containing DNA fragments that cover the entire genome. Each of these DNA fragments are sequenced by a machine known as an Ion Proton next-generation sequencer.


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