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Genomics breakthrough paves way for climate-tolerant wine grape varieties

A new sequencing technology, combined with a new computer algorithm that can yield detailed information about complex genomes of various organisms, has been used to produce a high-quality draft genome sequence of cabernet sauvignon, the world's most popular red wine grape variety, reports a UC Davis genomics expert.
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(University of California - Davis) A new sequencing technology and computer algorithm have been used to produce a high-quality draft genome sequence of cabernet sauvignon, the world's most popular red wine grape variety.

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