By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GenoLogics today announced that it and Illumina have signed a worldwide co-selling agreement for the Geneus LIMS software.

Under the agreement, Illumina will market a version of the software pre-configured for its next-generation sequencers and TruSeq sample preparation kits. The pre-configured version will allow researchers to accelerate implementations, track library preparation and instrument runs, and prepare basic reports in weeks instead of months.

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