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Unknown virus in ‘throwaway’ DNA discovered

06:58 EDT 7 Aug 2017 | Bionity

In research scientists from Oxford University’s Department of Zoology have revealed that Next-Generation Sequencing and its associated online DNA databases could be used in the field of viral discovery. They have developed algorithms that detect DNA from viruses that happen to be in the blood or tis...

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