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Qiagen Moves Into Next-Gen Sequencing

Executive Summary

Qiagen has acquired privately held Intelligent Bio-Systems, a developer of next-generation sequencing (NGS) instruments aimed at the clinical research market. IBS’ technology, along with a newly expanded collaboration with bioinformatics provider SAP, is the cornerstone of a new NGS initiative at Qiagen.

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