Fact or Artifact? "A study documenting the ubiquity of DNA contamination calls into question a recent paper on food-derived nucleic acids in the human bloodstream. DNA from diverse species—including bacteria, plants, and humans—contaminates nearly every sample sent through a next-generation sequencer, according to a study published today (October 29) in PLOS ONE."
|Science Library: QH447.D83 2013|
Learn more about methods involved with a next-generation sequencer:
Pompanon, François, and Bonin, Aurélie, editors
Data Production and Analysis in Population Genomics : Methods and Protocols. Humana Press, 2012. In the OhioLINK Electronic Book Center.
Explore much more about genomics in the journal with that title, at sciencedirect.com: Genomics and find a plethora of books on the topic in OBIS and OhioLINK catalogs.