By Julia Karow

This story was originally published on February 22, 2010.

Six months after disclosing some of its first early-access customers for its human whole-genome sequencing service, Complete Genomics said this week that it has booked orders for a total of more than 500 human genomes from more than 30 customers, including three projects that comprise at least 100 genomes each. New customers include academic research groups as well as pharma giant Eli Lilly.

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