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  • NextGen Sequencing Applications & Translational Technologies Summit

    IBC's NextGen Sequencing Applications & Translational Technologies Summit
    August 6-8, 2012 - San Francisco, CA

    View agenda t: www.IBCLifeSciences.com/Sequencing

    Attend this conference and find strategies to LEVERAGE THE POWER of next-generation sequencing and transform your R&D efforts.

    >> Find out how are others leveraging the power of next-generation sequencing in everyday research, and for clinical and diagnostic applications.

    >> Are you looking to accelerate your discovery and development efforts using translational technologies?

    Attend to hear about concrete applications of NGS in basic research, drug development, clinical diagnostics and patient treatment decision-making, from speakers who are at the forefront of this exciting technology.

    Don't Miss This Important Panel Discussion:Wednesday, August 8, 12:00 pm
    - The New Frontier of NGS Applied in Everyday Clinical Practice: What Opportunities for Rx and Dx does this Present?

    For more information, and to download the conference brochure, go to www.IBCLifeSciences.com/Sequencing.

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