Preparing for ABI Buy, Invitrogen Stresses Importance of Second-, Third-Gen Sequencing | GenomeWeb
Invitrogen provided more details about its pending merger with Applied Biosystems last week and stressed the importance of next-generation sequencing for its future business.
Among the new light it shed on the deal, Invitrogen said it will continue to provide reagent kits for use with several sequencing systems, including those from third parties, as it develops its own, third-generation system.

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