Spanish Center Buys 454 Sequencer for Melon Project | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A Spanish scientific institute plans to use a genetic sequencer from Roche for de novo sequencing of the muskmelon, a smooth-skinned type of melon group that includes the honeydew, Roche said today.
 

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