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This week, GenoLogics released a version of its LIMS software that is pre-configured for Illumina's HiSeq and GA IIx sequencing systems and TruSeq sample prep kits.

The software includes new features that allow users to develop processes that map to Illumina's sample-preparation protocols and automate the calculation of dilution volumes for library normalization. It also offers views that are designed to simplify locating individual and pooled sequencing libraries that share similar sequencing requirements when loading flow cells.

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