Declaring Illumina’s product architecture sturdy enough to support whatever the market demands, CEO Jay Flatley last week painted a sunny picture of the genotyping market at Leerink Swann’s Life Science Tools Roundtable Conference in New York.
 
Specifically, Flatley said that the firm’s assays and existing products are flexible enough to handle higher-density arrays should the market call for them, as well as some of the potential consumer genotyping services that Illumina is beginning to explore.
 

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