Posted November 6, 2009
Complete Genomics publishes in Science on low-cost sequencing of 3 human genomes
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - Nov. 5, 2009 - Complete Genomics, a third-generation human genome sequencing company, today announced publication of a report in the journal Science describing its proprietary DNA sequencing platform, including analysis of sequence data from three complete human genomes. The consumables cost for these three genomes sequenced on the proof-of-principle genomic DNA nanoarrays ranged from $8,005 for 87x coverage to $1,726 for 45x coverage for the samples described in this report.
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Can product really kill germs for 24 hours?
by By LiAna Arenas / 3 On Your Side
Posted on May 15, 2009 at 5:36 PM
Updated Tuesday, Aug 25 at 2:14 PM
PHOENIX -- Hand sanitizers have been flying off the shelves even since the swine flu outbreak started, but are all of those sprays and gels really as effective as they claim to be? 3 On Your Side decided to put one product to the test. It's called Germ Free 24 and it makes an extraordinary claim. It says it will sanitize and protect your hands for 24 hours or more.
But does it work?