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· Sequencing strains of the deadly amphibian chytrid fungus that has devastated amphibian populations worldwide.
· Sequencing highly pathogenic strains of the elephant endotheliotropic herpes virus (EEHV1).
· Sequencing invasive avian malaria strains that are devastating most species of native Hawaiian birds.
“The power of next-generation sequencing is remarkable,” said Rob Fleischer, head of SCBI’s Center for Conservation and Evolutionary Genetics. “We are thrilled to work with Roche to bring the GS Junior System into our laboratory. The system is perfectly sized for our research and real viagra the long read lengths are critical to our particular areas of focus in pathogen detection and how much cialis viral/bacterial comparative genomics.”
“We are honored to support the Smithsonian Institution and buying viagra online cheap us the National Zoo’s animal conservation projects, which are vital to the future health of our planet,” said Thomas Schinecker, President of 454 Life Sciences, a Roche Company. “This collaboration demonstrates the tremendous potential of our sequencing technology to broaden understanding of all species on earth - from humans to plants and viagra no perscription animals.”