PacBio Launches Certified Service Provider Program; Adds Informatics Partners | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Pacific Biosciences has launched a certified service provider program and has also partnered with three informatics firms to provide data analysis on the RS II, the firm said today.

The CSP program is a global network of service providers that have been validated to provide sequencing services on the RS II system. The first certified providers are DNA Link, GATC Biotech, McGill University and Genome Québec Innovation Center, Takara Bio, Washington State University's Molecular Biology and Genomics Core, and the Arizona Genomics Institute.

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