At AGBT, Illumina Shows Data for HiSeq 2500 ‘Genome in a Day,’ Outlines 400-Base PE Reads for MiSeq | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

After announcing its "genome in a day" HiSeq 2500 platform at the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference last month, Illumina last week showed data generated on the instrument at a user meeting at the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology conference in Marco Island, Fla.

At the meeting, the company and several customers also highlighted applications for the MiSeq desktop sequencer, and Illumina outlined further improvements for the instrument, including 2x400-base reads.

HiSeq 2500

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