NCGR to Open Next-Gen Sequencing Center in New Mexico Nov. 19; Touts 400M Base-Per-Day Capacity | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - The National Center for Genome Resources in Santa Fe, NM, said today it plans to officially launch the New Mexico Genome Sequencing Center on Nov. 19.
 
The NMGSC, the product of a partnership between the NCGR and the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, will use two Illumina Genome Analyzers in studies that will sequence and analyze an undisclosed assortment of diseases and crops.
 

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