hNEW YORK, Aug 9 – Pyrosequencing of Uppsala, Sweden said Thursday it had sold a high-throughput PTP genotyping system to Oxagen, a British genomics company.

The deal is the second one between the two companies. Several months ago, Oxagen purchased Pyrosequencing’s PSQ 96 System, a moderate-throughput genotyping system. 

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