This article was orignally published Aug. 25.

Ambry Genetics has acquired an Illumina HiSeq 2000 sequencer for its service business, along with an Illumina BeadXpress genotyping system.

The HiSeq will allow the Aliso Viejo, Calif.-based firm "to run large projects for its customers while saving costs and providing the fastest turnaround times for sequencing," according to a company statement. Ambry has provided sequencing services on the Illumina Genome Analyzer since 2007.

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