HT Summer 2014
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A special kind of glass slide, known as a "flowcell," is where DNA sequencing happens. DNA is loaded into the vein-like channels etched in the slide's surface. The slide is then inserted into a sequencing machine where genetic information–encoded by the letters A,T,C, and G–is read.
FeaturesSequencing drives innovation
Creative applications of DNA sequencing keep CSHL at biology's leading edgeHelp the solve the puzzle
One researcher's personal flight against autismWatson School 2014 Ph.D.s
In the school's 15th year, 11 students earn their Ph.D.sOne experiment
Sometimes our cells express only one gene copy. Why?
A distinguished geneticist is solving age-old mysteries about how plants develop
At Saturday DNA! lab, kids and parents join forces to explore lactose tolerance
Faculty & FriendsStillman wins Tabor Research Award
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