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Life TechnologiesInvitrogen has launched its RiboMinus kit for RNA sequencing and E-Gel SizeSelect 2 percent pre-cast agarose gels, which it claims can simplify genomic and transcriptome analysis on second-generation high-throughput genomic-analysis platforms. Both products are compatible with several sequencing systems, including Life Technologies’ SOLiD, Illumina’s Genome Analyzer, and Roche’s Genome Sequencer FLX.
 

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