Genome Quebec First to Buy Illumina’s Genotyping Goliath

Genome Quebec has bought one of Illumina’s nameless SNP-genotyping systems, the company said Jan. 9.

The massive unit, which will be located at the newly opened Genome Quebec Innovation Centre, will help the Canadian center contribute data to the International HapMap Project as well as research at Genome Quebec, Genome Canada, McGill University, and other academic centers in the country.

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