NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Tepnel Life Sciences has added Illumina’s iScan System to the collection of instruments it uses to perform genetic analysis services for customers.
 
Manchester, UK-based Tepnel said that the addition of the iScan makes the firm the first commercial provider of iScan services within the UK. It said that it now offers a full suite of complementary services from DNA extraction through to bioinformatics.
 

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