NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A New Zealand government-funded collaborative genomics initiative, New Zealand Genomics Limited, said today that it is preparing to launch an integrated genomics service that will provide sequencing technologies, expertise, and information technology solutions.

Part of the initiative will include a partnership with Illumina to enable researchers to use the MiSeq platform for small research projects, NZGL said.

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