Next-Gen Sequencing a Slim Possibility, Not A Priority in Agilent, BioNanomatrix Pact | GenomeWeb
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Though development of a next-generation DNA sequencing platform would appear to be a logical target for the collaboration between Agilent Technologies and BioNanomatrix announced last week, that particular application is not a priority, an Agilent official told BioCommerce Week.
 

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