By Julia Karow

As it prepares to roll out its first single-molecule real-time sequencing instrument to early-access customers this summer, Pacific Biosciences is already working on a new, highly multiplexed version of its technology that integrates sequencing reactions, optical detection, and signal processing into a microchip, In Sequence has learned.

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