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Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory: Teachers Make Genomes More Useful From Home
May 22, 2020
COLD SPRING HARBOR, New York, May 22 -- The Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory issued the following news:

By Brian Stallard, Content Developer/Communicator

Imagine a book written with all the right words, but no spaces between words, no punctuation, no chapter headings - it would look like a senseless string of letters one after the other.

That is what the first draft of a genome sequence looks like. To make sense of the long string of letters, scientists have . . .

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