NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Roche has recently sold three of its 454 GS FLX sequencers to research and service organizations in Bloomington, Ind., Liverpool, UK; and Munich, Germany, according to Roche and the customers.
 
The University of Liverpool, Indiana University, and the German companies MWG Biotech and Eurofins Medigenomix all are stocking their labs with the next-generation sequencers.
 

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