Illumina Posts Strong Sequencing Consumables Sales in Q2; Prepares MiSeq, HiSeq Upgrades | GenomeWeb

This article was originally published July 26.

Illumina is getting ready to ship upgrades for its MiSeq and HiSeq sequencers and saw strong growth in sequencing consumables sales in the second quarter.

The company's sequencing revenue grew sequentially by a mid-single-digit percentage in the second quarter, primarily due to growth in consumables sales and increased revenue from instrument maintenance contracts.

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