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GS Junior System - software upgrade

Roche has announced the immediate availability of a software upgrade and further upcoming sequencing performance and workflow improvements to the company’s 454 GS Junior System.

Now a widely-published benchtop next-generation sequencing platform, the GS Junior System is advancing research worldwide in areas of infectious disease, cancer, environmental microbiology and agriculture.

The new software package (v2.7) improves sequencing consistency and robustness and also includes functionality improvements to the GS De Novo Assembler, GS Reference Mapper and GS Amplicon Variant Analyzer Software.

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