Danaher to Ship First Church Lab Polonator This Week, Presenting Instrument at AGBT | GenomeWeb
Danaher Motion – Dover, a branch of a US technology conglomerate that has been developing a low-cost open-source next-generation sequencer with George Church’s group at Harvard Medical School, is scheduled to ship the first commercial version of the tool later this week to the Church lab, In Sequence has learned.
 
In addition, the Broad Institute said it will order at least one of the instruments in order to evaluate the technology, according to the company.
 

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