Monthly Archives: February 2016

HiSeq3000 upgraded to Hiseq4000

Our latest generation Illumina HiSeq3000 sequencer has been upgraded to a HiSeq4000.  This means the option to run two flowcells in parallel was enabled.  Thus, the sequencer offers now twice the throughput.  The chemistry and reagents do not change as should

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