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DNA sequencing costs falling fast

hajus (990255) writes | more than 3 years ago

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hajus (990255) writes "DNA sequencing costs seem to be falling faster than the gene sequencing equivalent of Moore's Law would predict. At about $10,000 per million bases in Jan 2001, the cost has fallen to $.50 per million in Jan 2011."
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Moore's Law (1)

Dan93 (222999) | more than 3 years ago | (#35391988)

What do DNA sequencing costs have to do with transistors?
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