At ASHG, Ion Torrent Drums Up Interest; Provides Preliminary Specs for PGM

Initially, the machine will produce about 10 megabases of data per run, or about 100,000 reads of 100 base pairs each, using the so-called 314 chip, which has about 1.5 million wells and will cost $250. Reagent kits for template preparation, library preparation, and sequencing will cost another $250, bringing the total consumables cost per run to approximately $500.

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