Illumina Demonstrates 350 Gb Run on HiSeq 2000; Shows Sequencing Apps for New Instrument | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

This article, originally published March 4, has been corrected to reflect that two flow cells, not two runs, on the HiSeq instrument generated 124 and 145 gigabases of data.

Illumina said earlier this month that internally, it has generated 350 gigabases of human genome sequence data in a single run on its new HiSeq 2000 platform.

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