NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Illumina said today that the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard has purchased 30 of the company's Genome Analyzers, increasing the institute's total installed base of Illumina systems to 89.

Robert Nicol, director of sequencing operations at Broad, said in a statement that the institute purchased the additional instruments to ramp up its sequencing capabilities in whole genome, whole exome, and whole transcriptome analysis.

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