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Sequenom Inks Gene-Expression Deals with TIGR, U Michigan

The Institute for Genomic Research will use Sequenom’s MassArray benchtop system to study the way genetic polymorphisms functionally impact gene expression, Sequenom said this week.

Additionally, the University of Michigan Medical Center has purchased Sequenom’s MassArray 7K system, which is designed to enable quantitative detection of low-copy-number genes. The Pediatrics and Human Genetics department is using this system, according to Sequenom.

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