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IBM DNA transistor

The first sequencing ever done in the Human Genome Project cost USD 3 billion.



By drilling tiny holes into computer-like chips, these IBM guys may reduce the cost "slightly", ideally to USD 1 thousand. That would make personalized medicine reality. See more comments and videos on IBM DNA transistors, Google News.

Via Viktor K.

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