This article was originally published on August 18.

SeqWright said last week that it has acquired an Illumina HiSeq 2000 for its sequencing services business.

The new instrument will join the company's existing Roche 454 GS FLX Titanium and Life Technologies SOLiD 4 platforms.

SeqWright said in a statement that the HiSeq 2000, which is Illumina's highest-throughout instrument, will enable it to perform "the largest and most complex sequencing studies at the lowest possible cost to its customers."

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