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On the instrumentation side, the world’s most powerful DNA sequencers come from Illumina in San Diego.
Illumina crossed a threshold in 2014, with the announcement of a new sequencer that can produce human genomes for a cost of $1,000, when run in large batches.
The teams subjected those samples to genetic analysis — sometimes right on the spot using field versions of genome sequencers described in a study in Nature Protocols.
His team was part of a consortium of British and Brazilian scientists who traveled across Brazil in a minibus, analyzing samples of the virus using Oxford Nanopore Technologies' pocket-sized MinION DNA sequencer.
Thermo Fisher also bought DNA sequencer Life Technologies Corp. for more than $15 billion in 2014.
Mr. Leahy is proficient on keyboards, synthesizers, drum machines and sequencers.
Record an album Freezepop music mixer and game sound designer Duke of Pannekoeken composed and recorded the band's album at home on a $300 Yamaha QY70 sequencer.
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