Life Tech's $495,000 SOLiD 4 Generates 100 Gb Per Run in Q1; 300 Gb Later This Year | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

This article, originally published Jan. 27, has been updated with additional information from Life Technologies.

Life Technologies said last week that the SOLiD 4, an update to its SOLiD sequencing system that will be available starting this quarter, generates 100 gigabases of mappable sequence data per run at a reagent cost of $6,000 per human genome.

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