Broad Institute Orders 51 HiSeq 2000 Sequencers to Replace More than Half Its GAIIx Machines | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

The Broad Institute has purchased 51 HiSeq 2000 sequencers, which will replace an equal number of Genome Analyzer IIx systems it has currently installed, Illumina said this week.

The institute has 94 GAIIx machines in place at the moment. Its last major expansion of Illumina sequencers took place in November, when it purchased 30 GAIIx instruments (IS 11/10/2009).

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