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Roche NimbleGen said last week that it has certified genomics service provider Atlas Biolabs to provide target-enrichment and sequencing services using its technologies.

Atlas Biolabs, based in Berlin, will provide DNA capture services using NimbleGen sequence capture arrays, and then sequence the samples on Roche's 454 GS FLX.

Atlas Biolabs joins two other European NimbleGen-certified service providers: Eurofins MWG Operon and ImaGenes.

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