At AGBT, Life Tech Updates Proton Roadmap while Users Present Data, Including Comparisons with HiSeq | GenomeWeb

Life Technologies said last week at the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology conference in Marco Island, Fla., that it is planning to release its Ion Torrent Proton II chip mid-year, along with an upgraded version of its PI chip that will yield 16 gigabases of data with 200 base pair reads.

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