Illumina Announces First Japanese Certified Service Provider | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Mitsubishi Chemical Safety Institute has become the first Illumina certified genetic analysis service provider in Japan, Illumina announced today.
The Mitsubishi Chemical Safety Institute provides various analyses and services for pharmaceutical and chemical companies as well as for public institutions. It also offers whole-genome and targeted genotyping services using Illumina’s Infinium and GoldenGate assays.

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