NEW YORK, Jan 4 - MIT's Whitehead Institute has purchased Sequenom’s MassArray system for use in its high-throughput SNP genotyping projects, Sequenom said Thursday.

Sequenom spokesman Tom Baker said that the company has delivered a single MassArray system along with a number of consumables.

Baker declined to comment on the purchase price of the system.

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