NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Beijing Genomics Institute said today that it has added two Applied Biosystems SOLiD systems to its collection of DNA sequencers.
 
The sequencing services provider said the two SOLiD systems have already been installed and “thoroughly tested” by its researchers. It said that the ABI instrument generated “high quality mate-pair data" with read lengths up to 25 base pairs.
 

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