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March 14, 2014
11:58 EDTTMO, ILMNNew China rule prompts BGI to suspend trisomy testing, GenomeWeb says
BGI said a recent announcement from Chinese officials that genetic tests should be regulated has prompted the company to work with its collaborators to suspend the clinical application of its non-invasive fetal trisomy test in mainland China, according to GenomeWeb. Other providers of sequencing-based trisomy testing products, including Illumina (ILMN) and Thermo Fisher-owned (TMO) Life Technologies, declined to comment on the regulation notice, the report stated. The Fly notes that Illumina announced in January of 2010 that BGI had purchased 128 HiSeq 2000 sequencing systems. Illumina said at that time that revenue related to the sale of those instruments was expected to be recognized over the next three years. Reference Link
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July 2, 2015
07:48 EDTILMNFluidigm, Illumina single cell opportunities compelling, says Leerink
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July 1, 2015
09:35 EDTILMNIllumina price target raised to $300 from $264 at Cowen
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June 25, 2015
09:28 EDTTMOThermo Fisher agrees to acquire Alfa Aesar for GBP256M
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09:27 EDTILMNLeerink life science tools analyst holds an analyst/industry conference call
Life Science Tools and Diagnostics Dan Leonard, along with Dr. Paul Robson and Dr. Peter Kuhn, discuss the demand for Fluidigm's single cell prep products, including the impact to Biomark and the utility of CyTOF on an Analyst/Industry conference call to be held on July 1 at 2 pm.
09:21 EDTILMNBioMed Realty leases build-to-suit laboratory in Cambridge to Illumina
BioMed Realty (BMR) announced that Illumina ILMN) has signed a 20-year lease for a 155,000 square foot new and innovative scientific research building in Cambridge, England. BioMed Realty acquired the land for the project from The Welding Institute under a long term ground lease, enlarging BioMed Realty's Granta Park campus in Cambridge, England.

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