Broad Institute Joins IGN to Provide Sequencing Sample-Prep Services | GenomeWeb

This story was originally published Feb. 16.

The Broad Institute has joined the Illumina Genome Network and will offer its proprietary sample preparation processes for human whole-genome sequencing, Illumina said last week.

The IGN is Illumina's human whole-genome sequencing services business, and offers human whole-genome sequencing for customers through its own services lab and through partnerships with other institutes that have been certified to provide sequencing services on its instruments.

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