454 GS Junior Drives 1 Percent Growth in Roche's Sequencing, Array Business in Q1 | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

This article, originally published April 14, has been updated with a comment from 454 Life Sciences.

Roche's sequencing and microarray business grew about 1 percent in the first quarter, driven by "strong market uptake" of the 454 GS Junior, which was launched last May, the company said last week.

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