Authors:
J Shendure, S Balasubramanian, GM Church, W Gilbert, J Rogers, JA Schloss, RH Waterston
Journal name: 
Nature
Citation info: 
550(7676):345-353
Abstract: 
This review commemorates the 40th anniversary of DNA sequencing, a period in which we have already witnessed multiple technological revolutions and a growth in scale from a few kilobases to the first human genome, and now to millions of human and a myriad of other genomes. DNA sequencing has been extensively and creatively repurposed, including as a 'counter' for a vast range of molecular phenomena. We predict that in the long view of history, the impact of DNA sequencing will be on a par with that of the microscope.
DOI: 
http://doi.org/10.1038/nature24286
Research group: 
Balasubramanian Group
E-pub date: 
30 Sep 2017
Users with this publication listed: 
Shankar Balasubramanian