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Agilent Technologies and Febit this week separately announced expansions to their sequence capture product lines, while Roche NimbleGen discussed plans to grow its seq-cap portfolio by year end.

Short Reads: Mar 24, 2009

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Life Technologies, J. Craig Venter Institute, BioNanomatrix, Nanosys, Geospiza, HDF Group, Pressure BioSciences, Cofactor Genomics, Ambry Genetics, Affymetrix, Navigenics, Enzymatics, New York State Department of Health, University of Washington

Released this week as a product and a service that uses either catalog or custom arrays, HybSelect initially targets users of the Illumina Genome Analyzer who want to sequence up to 9.5 megabases of genomic DNA.

Short Reads: Mar 17, 2009

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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champgain, 23andMe, Michael J. Fox Foundaton for Parkinson's Research, Parkinson's Institute and Clinical Center, SeqWright, Roche NimbleGen, Chronix Biomedical, Genome Atlantic, Agilent Technologies

SeqWright added Roche NimbleGen's Sequence Capture microarray technology to its offering of services using 454's Genome Sequencer FLX platform.

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