March 2, 2015
"Never before have scientists been able to generate so many data about the genomes of an organism in such little time," state Jonathon H. Stillman and Eric Armstrong in their valuable Overview article on how genomics are transforming our understanding of responses to climate change (this issue). Indeed, rapid advances in next-generation DNA sequencing (NGS) techniques are generating data at a staggering rate, such that even the venerable GenBank, with its billions of archived sequences, is unable to store them. To read more, click here.
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