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Illumina this week announced the availability of its new TruSeq custom enrichment kits for designing and targeting genomic regions of interest ranging from 700 kilobases to 15 megabases of cumulative DNA.

The TruSeq Custom Enrichment kits use the same underlying assay design as the company's TruSeq Exome Enrichment kits and provide researchers with additional experimental design flexibility, Illumina said. The new kits' targeted sample capture protocols are also fully compatible with Illumina's TruSeq DNA sample preparation kits.

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