The advent of next-generation sequencing has revolutionized biology and many other fields. Sequencing is now used to develop new drugs, understand personal ancestry and predisposition to certain diseases, improve yields in agriculture, find new oil fields, and in many other areas. DNA sequencing is becoming as indispensable as computing in many industries.  

One of the first questions any player in this space needs to answer is how to get access to the sequencing capacity. The key questions that arise right away are: Do I

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