With Instrument Launch Nearing, Pacific Biosciences Creates Software Developers Network | GenomeWeb

This article was originally published July 12.

As it readies its first sequencing instruments for shipment to early-access customers, Pacific Biosciences said last week that it has launched a software developers network.

The network, called PacBio DevNet, serves to support academic informatics developers, life science researchers, and software vendors interested in creating tools that work with data from the PacBio RS sequencer.

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