NEW YORK, July 10 - Johns Hopkins University has bought one of Illumina's BeadLab SNP-genotyping labs, the company said today.

The school will install the platform in its Genetic Resources Core Facility, which will use it to "perform whole-genome and fine-mapping studies." The Center for Inherited Disease Research at Johns Hopkins will also use the platform.

 

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