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More out there beyond the high-end research market

Last week Illumina’s management shared its estimate of total NGS instruments sold to date: 1,500. According to their accounting, this represents only 10% of the total number of first generation, capillary electrophoresis instruments sold. In their words, only the ”really high end of that marketplace” has been reached so far. And it is only recently, with the announcement of Ion Torrent’s sub-$50K entry, that a serious contender for the low-end of the market has appeared. (Read more…)

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