Intelligent Bio-Systems to Place Next-Gen Sequencers in '07; Columbia SBS Chemistry at the Core | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Intelligent Bio-Systems, a Massachusetts-based startup, is planning to place a next-generation sequencing system with early-access customers in 2007, GenomeWeb News has learned.
 

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