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This article has been updated with comments from BGI's subsidiary MGI.

NEW YORK – Illumina said on Friday that it has filed two additional patent lawsuits against BGI in the UK and in Sweden.

Both suits claim that BGI's sequencing platforms, including the DNBSeq-400, MGISeq-2000, DNBSeq-T7, and related reagents infringe intellectual property covering Illumina's sequencing-by-synthesis chemistry.

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