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A Set Up to Sequence 280,000 Human Genomes Per Year

News   Apr 07, 2017 | Original story from Novogene

 
A Set Up to Sequence 280,000 Human Genomes Per Year

These are two NovaSeq instruments installed on-site. Credit: Novogene

 
 
 

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