Univ. of Texas-Austin Snags a SOLiD Sequencer | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Research teams at the University of Texas at Austin have acquired an Applied Biosystems' SOLiD System for use in wide-ranging studies at its Genome Sequencing and Analysis Facility, ABI said today.

Scientists at the school will use the system in medical diagnostics research, animal adaptation studies, biofuels programs, and behavioral genomics research.

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