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NuGen Technologies has hired Christopher Raymond to lead a new research facility in Seattle that will focus on developing new sample-prep products for next-generation sequencing. Raymond joins the company from former Merck subsidiary Rosetta Inpharmatics, where he developed new technologies for whole-transcriptome profiling, targeted resequencing, and for the analysis of next-gen sequencing data.

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