NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Illumina said today that the Genome Institute of Singapore has added four of the company’s genetic sequencers 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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