NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GATC Biotech has added a second Ilumina analyzer to its lab, the Constance, Germany-based company said today.
The sequencing services company has purchased an updated version of the Genome Analyzer that enables paired-end reads. GATC said the new instrument would help support increased demand “for projects for which up to 50 bp read length is sufficient,” such as resequencing genomes, microRNA, ChIP sequencing and other jobs.
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