DNA sequencing review

Dr.Duncan Clark news at [127.0.0.1]
Mon Jul 23 06:20:31 EST 2001


In article <9jgok3$1ul$1 at mercury.hgmp.mrc.ac.uk>, the eminent Ant Smith
at BIOSCI/MRC Human Genome Mapping Project Resource Centre wrote
>Can anyone point me in the direction of a good review or book that gives an 
>overview of advances in DNA sequencing technologies from the very first methods, 
>through radioactive manual sequencing to automated sequencing. My particular 
>interest is to be able to plot increases in run length and accuracy over the 
>years and correlate this to changes in the technology used. In addition, I would 
>like to try to find a plot of $ per base cost over time

Maybe the ABRF have this sort of info:

ABRF home web site at http://www.abrf.org under Research Committees/DNA
Sequence. The ABRF DNA Sequencing Research Committee.

This URL is 1999 so I hope it is still OK 

Duncan
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Duncan Clark
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