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Azco Biotech has released its MaxSeq sequencing machine, designed by Intelligent BioSystems and based on sequencing-by-synthesis chemistry. The machine has a throughput of 100 gigabases, includes 8-lane flow cells and has kits for read lengths of 35 base pairs and 55 base pairs. It employs both Polony and Rolony library construction protocols, and can be used for genome sequencing, RNA-seq, ChIP-seq, and targeted sequencing.

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