Illumina Ships 100 Sequencers, Vows to Take Half of Next-Gen Installed Base by End of ‘07 | GenomeWeb
Illumina is seeing greater market demand for its sequencers than it had expected, and provided some details last week during its analyst day conference in New York.
 
The company had shipped 100 Genome Analyzers as of late August and wants to account for half of all installed next-gen sequencers by year’s end, according to John West, senior vice president and general manager of sequencing.
 

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