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Illumina this week began shipping its new HumanOmni2.5-Quad DNA Analysis BeadChip.

The Omni2.5 includes newly discovered genome-wide common and rare variants from the 1000 Genomes Project selected to maximize its ability to detect new associations, the firm said. The new array is available in a four-sample format composed of approximately 10 million markers per array, and is compatible with an iScan or HiScan system.

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