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Genome Institute of Singapore Buys Three SOLiD Systems
 
Applied Biosystems said this week that the Genome Institute of Singapore has acquired three SOLiD DNA sequencing systems for use in studying the genetic underpinnings of cancer and other diseases.
 

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