Pacific Biosciences Sequel System Updates

Pacific Biosciences has released updates to its Sequel System, the software based on its SMRT sequencing technology. The new release provides performance improvements through updated sequencing chemistry, optimized sample clean-up protocols, and associated software. Together, the updates improve read lengths, throughput, and accuracy. Customers are also no longer subjected to supply constraints for SMRT Cells that were in effect earlier this year.


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