This 2004 photo shows a technician at the National Human Genome Research Institute preparing DNA for sequencing using a hand-held pipette, slow but standard practice back then.
This 2004 photo shows a technician at the National Human Genome Research Institute preparing DNA for sequencing using a hand-held pipette, slow but standard practice back then. Maggie Bartlett / NHGRI
This 2004 photo shows a technician at the National Human Genome Research Institute preparing DNA for sequencing using a hand-held pipette, slow but standard practice back then. Maggie Bartlett / NHGRI

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