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  • loafingnick
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    Originally posted by ECO View Post
    Done! Two years late!
    I agree with you. Now the naming should be changed to DNBSEQ according to the company website.

    https://en.mgitech.cn/product/Sequencer.html

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  • capsicum
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    For what it's worth (there's very littel traffic here anyway):

    I think this should be renamed back to Complete Genomics, and a new forum should be created for MGISEQ instruments. Most of the questions/answers here are either 1) not relevant to MGI or CG, or 2) they're CG-data/analysis specific questions. The MGI instruments have basically thrown away all the sequencing technology used by CG, and only the Nanoball/'clustering' method is retained. The instruments are quite different too.

    Cheers,

    Scott.

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  • ECO
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    Done! Two years late!

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  • The title of this forum should be changed to BGISEQ or MGISEQ

    Maybe, MGISEQ is better.

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