HOLLYWOOD BEACH, Florida (GenomeWeb) – Bionano Genomics has launched a new genome mapping instrument, Saphyr, that it says is higher throughput, faster, and more accurate than its Irys system.

The instrument is based on the same optical mapping technology that is used in Irys, CEO Erik Holmlin said in an interview, but the increased throughput "opens the door to population-based studies" as well as to the clinical and translational research market, he said.

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