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Singapore Genomics Institute Picks up Four Illumina Sequencers
Illumina said last week that the Genome Institute of Singapore has added four Genome Analyzers to its sequencing tool shed, tripling its stock to a total of six.
GIS plans to use the new sequencing power for a variety of research projects including the study of transcriptional networks that may be linked to cancer and stem cells.

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