Helicos Ships Sequencer to Stanford University | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Helicos BioSciences said today that it has shipped a Helicos Genetic Analysis System to Stanford University, marking the company’s second shipment to a customer site.
 
Helicos said in August that it had received an order from a US cancer research center that will use the instrument for research into cancer stem cell biology. A company spokesperson told GenomeWeb Daily News sister publication In Sequence today that this order came from Stanford University.
 

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