Cogenics Installs 454 FLX in European Lab; Roche Will Help It Market Services | GenomeWeb
Feeling out the market for next-generation sequencing services, Cogenics will install a Roche 454 Genome Sequencer FLX at one of its European sequencing service facilities, its parent company Clinical Data said last week.
 
Cogenics and Roche Diagnostics will also co-market sequencing services on the instrument.
 
The instrument, Cogenics’ first next-generation sequencer, will go to the company’s Genome Express unit near Grenoble, France, which the firm acquired a year ago.
 

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