Illumina Delivers Personal Genome Sequencing Results to First Consumer: Amadeus Capital's Hauser | GenomeWeb

By Turna Ray

Illumina's newly launched personal genome-sequencing service delivered genome data earlier this month to its first customer: Hermann Hauser, a partner at Amadeus Capital.

As the first consumer to receive his genome through Illumina's individual genome-sequencing service, Hauser received his results at an Aug. 20 ceremony at Illumina's San Diego headquarters, the company said this week.

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