Illumina to Market GenoLogics' Geneus LIMS | GenomeWeb

GenoLogics said this week that Illumina will market a version of its Geneus Laboratory Information Management System software that is preconfigured to handle data from Illumina's HiSeq and Genome Analyzer sequencing platforms and TruSeq sample preparation kits.

The Canadian firm said that its software will enable Illumina users to automate workflows, track library preparations and instrument runs, and prepare basic reports within weeks rather than months.

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