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June 9th, 2005

454 Life Sciences Presents Detection Breakthrough

Abstract:
The poster and anticipated oral presentation, entitled "Ultra-Deep Sequencing of HIV from Drug Resistant Patients," detail the use of 454 Life Sciences' nano-based technology to produce 1000-fold more sequencing reads per run than traditional sequencing methods achieving massive over-sampling of the HIV virus and enabling the identification of low-level mutations in different sequence variants.

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