Most cited papers: sensors, sequencing and arrays, and imaging


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NBTat20The first Nature Biotechnology issue came out in 1996 – 20 years ago. Our 20th anniversary issue will go live March 10, with a long list of content to commemorate the past two decades. Included will be interviews with some of the contributors who published seminal articles in our pages, but we would also like to recognize the broader community of authors who published with us over the years. Given space constraints, there was no way that we could do full justice to the entire spectrum of science published in our pages. Below, we list the highest cited papers focusing on sensor technology, sequencing and arrays, and imaging! Do you see any we missed? Leave comments below, or tweet at us: @naturebiotech




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