Immune cell profiling company iRepertoire has launched a new line of reagents, amplification, and sequencing services on the Illumina MiSeq system. The company provides primers for studying both human and mouse samples — both T and B cells, and all the chains — and also offers barcodes to allow pooling of multiple samples on the MiSeq. Additionally, the firm will offer sequencing on a per sample basis by pooling customers' libraries and charging $650 per sample on the MiSeq, including library prep, sequencing, and data analysis.

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