Church Lab Developing Second-Generation Polony Sequencer; Expects Fall Completion | GenomeWeb
Researchers in George Church’s laboratory at Harvard University are developing a second-generation high-throughput sequencer that they say will cost around $100,000 and be robust and easy to use.
 
Based on the prototype polony sequencer the group debuted two years ago, the new instrument, to be completed this fall, will be cheaper to buy and operate than competing next-generation sequencing platforms, and its throughput will be greater, the scientists claim.
 

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