Complete Genomics Shipped 600 Genomes in Q1; Plans to Expand to Asia in 2013 | GenomeWeb

By Monica Heger

This article, originally published on April 15, has been modified to include predictions from a recently released analyst report.

Complete Genomics shipped 600 genomes to customers in the first quarter of 2011 — a 20 percent increase over estimates that it provided in mid-March — and plans to open new facilities in Asia in 2013, a company official said last week.

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