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By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – DNAVision, a Belgian genomics services provider, today said that it has purchased one of Illumina's new sequencing instruments, the HiSeq 2000, for its service offerings.

The firm said that it is the first HiSeq 2000 for use in the Benelux region of Europe. The system will be installed at DNAVision's Gosselies, Belgium facility.

Last month, German genomic services provider GATC Biotech purchased one of the systems for its offerings.

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