The rate at which Next Gen Systems have impacted the speed and costs of DNA sequencing has been astonishing over the last decade or so. Now there is a focus on dramatically shrinking instruments in size that may fundamentally affect how and where sequencing can be done. John Boyce first introduced the GNU Bio sequencer as the “K” cup for sequencing; a bench-top model that would be as easy to use as making a cup of coffee. The idea of being able to do DNA sequencing in every medical lab was appealing enough for Biorad to quickly acquir...

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