PerkinElmer Launches Exome Resequencing Service on HiSeq 2000 | GenomeWeb

By Julia Karow

made its debut in the next-gen sequencing market this week by launching a DNA sequencing and analysis service that will initially offer human and mouse exome sequencing.

Services are provided at PE's sequencing laboratory in Branford, Conn., on the Illumina HiSeq 2000 platform, and customers have a choice between the Agilent SureSelect, Illumina TruSeq, and Nimblegen EZ Exome methods for enriching exome DNA.

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