NEW YORK, April 4 – Sequenom said Wednesday it has sold three MassArray Systems, bringing the company’s installed base to 29 sites worldwide.

Sequenom of San Diego said the announcement includes the sale of a second system to the Whitehead Institute’s Center for Genome Research and initial sales to Galileo Genomics, a population genetics company based in Montreal, and to an undisclosed customer.

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