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Genome Analyzer IIx Instrument

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The Genome Analyzer IIx offers a powerful combination of 2 x 150 bp read lengths and up to 640 million paired-end reads per flow cell, enabling a broad range of high-throughput sequencing applications.

Evidenced by a vast number of peer-reviewed publications in an ever-broadening range of applications, Illumina sequencing technology with the Genome Analyzer IIx is a proven platform for genomic discovery and validation.

Product Genome Analyzer IIx Instrument
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