Published in AIDS Weekly, March 1st, 2004
The global sequencing consortium, including scientists from the United Kingdom, United States, France, and Spain, had generated over 28 million bases (Mb) of sequence data in 19 individual contiguous sequences (contigs).
OpGen's data allowed all 19 contigs to be ordered and orientated on the eight chromosomes identified by the whole genome optical map, establishing the number, location and size of the gaps remaining to be finished.
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