Applied Biosystems Sells DNA Analyzers to Broad Institute

Applied Biosystems has sold approximately 20 capillary electrophoresis DNA sequencing instruments to the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, the company said this week.

The purchase of the 3730xl DNA Analyzers brings the institute's number of instruments of this type to 126. The Broad plans to use the analyzers to sequence new genomes and to perform genotyping studies.

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