By Monica Heger

Complete Genomics
is in the midst of developing both second- and third-generation versions of its sequencing system that will increase the throughput eventually to 80 genomes per day per instrument.

CEO Cliff Reid said during a presentation at the Morgan Stanley Global Healthcare conference in New York last week that the company plans to roll out its second generation of instruments in the second quarter of 2012, and third-generation instruments by 2015, possibly earlier.

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