NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Roche Applied Science will provide one gigabase worth of free sequencing on the upcoming successor to 454 Life Sciences’ GS 20 early next year to a scientist or research team chosen by a panel of outside experts, the company said last week.
The company plans to release the new instrument, called the GenomeSequencer FLX, next spring, GenomeWeb News has learned.

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