Faster search of genomic data

| | July 16, 2012
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Since 2002, the rate at which genomes can be sequenced has been doubling every four months or so, whereas computing power doubles only every 18 months. Without the advent of new analytic tools, biologists’ ability to generate genomic data will soon outstrip their ability to do anything useful with it.

View the original article here: Faster Search Of Genomic Data – Med India

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