Wageningen University and Research Center Buys a 454 FLX System for Plant Research | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The Netherlands-based Wageningen University and Research Center has purchased a 454 FLX sequencer from Roche to help it study plant genomics, the company said yesterday.
The sequencer will be installed next month at the Bioscience business unit of Plant Research International, which was part of the global research network that first charted and published the complete the genome sequence of a plant.

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