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Flexible Lab and Data Management for the Illumina Genome Analyzer
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The Genome Analyzer can quickly generate highly accurate results for discoveries in genomics, epigenomics, gene expression analysis and protein-nucleic acid interactions. However, this capability brings data management and data analysis challenges to new and existing labs.

Geneus leverages the Genome Analyzer’s throughput. Research teams can accelerate their science by sharing information right across the workflow. This application note details how Geneus manages the lab and data from a Genome Analyzer resequencing workflow.

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