Life Tech Launches 5500xl, 5500 SOLiD to Replace SOLiD 4hq, PI | GenomeWeb

This article, originally published Nov. 1, has been updated with additional information from Life Technologies.

By Julia Karow

Life Technologies this week launched the 5500xl and 5500 SOLiD sequencers, two newly designed instruments differing in throughput that will replace existing and previously planned versions of the SOLiD platform.

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