With SOLiD Debut in Sight, ABI Encourages IT Community to Develop Supporting Software | GenomeWeb
As Applied Biosystems prepares to launch its SOLiD sequencer this fall, the company is encouraging outside researchers and software vendors to develop and commercialize bioinformatics applications for the new platform.
As part of the initiative, ABI last week made freely available to researchers DVDs containing a software tool suite and a SOLiD data set, allowing them to align SOLiD reads to a reference sequence.

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