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Jonathan Pevsner's Popular Bioinformatics Textbook Released in Third Edition

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Approaching Single-Cell Sequencing by Understanding NGS Library Complexity

A Must Read Book, If You Like to Understand Genomes

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Finding Causative Mutation Candidates in Rare Disease Studies using NextGENe's Variant Comparison Tool

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New CNV Algorithm in NextGENe v2.3.4

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Book Chapter - Genome Reconstruction: A Puzzle with a Billion Pieces

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