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Microsoft Genomics Group makes gene sequencing analysis 7 times faster

Microsoft has worked with the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard to speed up the analyze a sequenced human genome by 7 times, cutting 24 hours of the time it takes to complete the task, which could help doctors diagnose cancer and other genetic conditions quicker. Microsoft optimised the code of the Broad’s Genome Analysis Toolkit  […]
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