By Bernadette Toner

GenoLogics said this week that the University of Washington's Genome Sciences Genomics Resource Center will use its Geneus lab information and data-management system for a planned expansion in its next-generation sequencing capability.

The GS-GRC plans to scale up to approximately eighteen Illumina Genome Analyzers over the next few months and decided that it needed a commercial system to handle the volume of data it would be generating from these instruments, GenoLogics said.

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