SeqWright Makes Second Investment in VisiGen; ABI Expected to Start Alliance Before End of Year | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Nov. 2 (GenomeWeb News) - SeqWright has made a much-anticipated and undisclosed follow-on investment in Visigen Biotechnologies, meeting a key condition that would have kept Applied Biosystems from making its own investment in the next-generation sequencing company, SeqWright and VisiGen said today.

 

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