MARCO ISLAND, Fla. – Complete Genomics said yesterday that it has signed up the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT to test its human genome sequencing services in a pilot project.

Under the agreement with the Broad, signed earlier this week, Complete Genomics will sequence five human genomes. It is also currently sequencing five human genomes for the Institute for Systems Biology under a partnership established last year.

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