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Intelligent Bio-Systems is planning a fourth-quarter shipping date for the Mini-20, a sequencing-by-synthesis system that allows users to run up to 20 samples at a time for targeted sequencing applications.

The system's flow cells are arranged in a carousel that cycles through various fluidic stations to perform all sequencing steps — reagent loading, washing, imaging, and so on — in parallel. Users have random access to the flow cells so that they don't have to wait for a run to finish before adding another sample.

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