PacBio Books One New Instrument in Q2; Will Focus on Epigenetic and Assembly Applications | GenomeWeb

This article was originally published July 27.

Despite booking only one new PacBio RS system during the second quarter of 2012, Pacific Biosciences officials remain confident of the instrument's capabilities and said that increasing customer satisfaction, as well as focusing on base modification and hybrid assembly applications, will ultimately help drive adoption of the single-molecule sequencer.

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