NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – 454 Life Sciences has used software made by Celoxica Holdings to help it in its project to sequence the Neandertal genome, according to a British online news service.
 
Life Style Extra cited a Celoxica statement saying that 454 has “invested” $1.5 million in the company’s products, which it uses “to help accelerate the computing performance” of its sequencing technology.

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