(Phys.org) -- Research carried out by scientists at the University of Birmingham have found that new bench-top machines for sequencing DNA are capable of accurately identifying over 95% of a genome, signalling a major breakthrough for the diagnosis of infections caused by bacteria such as E. coli.
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