Next-Gen Sequencers Improve in ’07; Vendors Promise More Gains in 2008 | GenomeWeb

When it comes to tracking price and performance, next-generation sequencing systems are a moving target.
Since the spring of 2007, when In Sequence last compared the current batch of next-gen sequencers (see In Sequence 5/29/2007), vendors have improved their performance in several ways and promised to make them better and more affordable this year.
Roche/454 GS FLX

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