NEW YORK(GenomeWeb) – BioMérieux and Illumina today announced a collaboration to develop applications for microbiology sequencing technologies.

The work, to be conducted over a four-year renewable period, will combine Illumina's MiSeq next-generation sequencing system with a jointly developed pathogen genome database based on BioMérieux's culture collection containing more than 80,000 references.

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