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Applied Biosystems has released an enhanced version of its SNPbrowser software, which now includes data on 20 million genotypes obtained from 160,000 SNPs typed on 180 individuals across four populations.

ABI said in a statement that the software is designed “to facilitate the ordering” of its “expanding collection of 1.8 million TaqMan SNP genotyping assays.”

The software is available for free at

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