In Brief This Week: Illumina, University of Washington; Great Basin; Bulldog Bio, Acqua Science; DNA Genotek; Aviagen; Excelris, IPS; Bayer CropScience, RAGT | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Illumina said this week that the University of Washington Department of Genome Sciences has joined the Illumina Genome Network. The network is a global partnership effort linking researchers seeking large-scale, whole human genome sequencing services with institutions that provide such services using Illumina's technology.

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