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BGI Comes to Boston

BGI has come to Massachusetts, establishing a subsidiary which will offer resources for sequencing and analyzing DNA to its collaborators and clients in North and South America, reports the Boston Globe's Carolyn Johnson. BGI's new facility is located in Cambridge, not far from the Broad Institute, Johnson says, and it also plans to open a genome center in San Francisco by early next year.

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