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  • The End for 454

    Mistaken information. please delete
    Last edited by Aniki; 11-19-2013, 08:19 AM.

  • #2
    Hi Aniki,

    We are committed to providing our 454 instruments, parts, reagents, consumables, service and support for all our 454 products currently on the market over the next three years until mid-2016. We will also be offering new updates, including longer reads for the GS Junior System (both random fragment and amplicon libraries),

    If you have any specific questions or concerns I encourage you to reach out to your local Roche service representative.

    Best Regards,


    Senior Support Specialist
    454 Life Sciences, A Roche Company


    • #3
      Dear Nicole,

      my apologies, I was given information that Roche will no longer support the 454. Please accept my sincerest apology for the confusion.


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