DNA sequencing of four bases using three lanes.
- Published Article
Nucleic acids research
- Publication Date
Mar 25, 1992
A three-lane DNA sequencing strategy is described which is based on redundant binary coding principles from communications theory. Three-lane sequencing is an efficient, accurate, and flexible strategy, suitable for large-scale automated DNA sequencing. Communications theory and algebraic coding principles can also be applied to sequencing other informational macromolecules.
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