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- n. Plural form of terabase.
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The specs of the box could be anywhere from 40 to 100 million bases of sequence per second per box, or 3 to 5 terabases per day, with up to twenty boxes stacked together.34 Illumina saw enough potential to ink an $18 million deal for the marketing and distribution rights for the exonuclease sequencing technology, but Oxford was also contemplating other applications eventually, with the goal of becoming the leader in diagnostics technology.
"The Factory") is, well, a massive factory-like facility with hundreds of people: DNA comes in and terabases (literally) of sequence pour out to address problems in human health and infectious disease.