NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Baylor College of Medicine’s Human Genome Sequencing Center plans to buy seven additional 454 Life Sciences FLX genome sequencers from Roche by the end of the year as it follows a long-term strategy to take on large-scale resequencing projects, Baylor said today.  
 
The installments, which will increase to 10 Baylor’s installed base of FLXs, will enable the center to take on resequencing projects using a new capture technology developed through a collaboration with Roche business NimbleGen Systems.

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