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April 17th, 2003
Single-Molecule, Single-Base-Resolution DNA Sequencing
The first single-molecule, single-base-resolution DNA sequencing has been carried out by a Caltech group. In this new approach, the bases forming the backbone of the typical DNA molecule are viewed one by one in the act of replicating.
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