Updated Polonator Is Ready for Rollout; Price: $170K | GenomeWeb

About a year after first presenting the Polonator sequencer to the scientific community and shipping instruments to early-access users, Dover, a Danaher Motion company, is now ready to sell an upgraded version of the instrument to a wide range of customers.

This spring, the company, which has been co-developing the low-cost, non-proprietary, high-throughput sequencing platform with George Church's group at Harvard Medical School, shipped an instrument to the University of Utah, its fifth customer to date and the first lab outside the early-access circle of users.

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