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Two Max Planck Institutes Add Illumina GA, SOLiD Systems to Sequencing Stable
Illumina said last week that two Max Planck Institutes recently ordered a total of six Genome Analyzers to add to their existing base.
A researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig told In Sequence this week that the institute currently has five Illumina GAs on site, of which four were installed during the last month.

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