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Science 316 (5830): 1441-1442

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MOLECULAR BIOLOGY:
Site-Seeing by Sequencing

Stanley Fields

An advance in DNA sequencing is a crucial component of a rapid, precise, and relatively inexpensive way to identify transcription factor binding sites at a whole-genome level.


The author is in the Departments of Genome Sciences and Medicine, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195-5065, USA. E-mail: fields{at}u.washington.edu


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