Illumina’s Next-Gen Sequencer Exceeding Sales Expectations as Q2 Revenues Rise 103 Percent | GenomeWeb
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Illumina officials said this week that the firm’s Genome Analyzer, the next-generation DNA sequencing instrument it gained through the acquisition earlier this year of Solexa, is exceeding sales expectations and played a key role in the firm’s strong second-quarter results.

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