Broad Institute and Genetix, GeneGo and NIEHS, Sigma-Aldrich and Corning Life Sciences, PerkinElmer and Becton Dickinson | GenomeWeb

Broad Buys Ninth Colony Picking System from Genetix

The Broad Institute has chosen the Genetix QPix2XT colony picking system to help it standardize its genome sequencing operations, the company said last week.

The Institute now owns nine Genetix QPix2XT instruments and has installed them in its sequencing laboratory, the company said.

Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

GeneGo Gets $100K SBIR Grant from NIEHS to Analyze Networks from Toxicogenomics Data

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