ABI Releases Sequencer File Format in Bid to Boost External Software Development, Data Sharing | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Applied Biosystems has released the genetic analysis data file format and a data file converter for its CE-based sequencer in hopes of enabling scientists and independent software vendors to develop bioinformatic applications that may “advance … data sharing” on its instruments, ABI said yesterday
 

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