Illumina sells another HiSeq X Ten; Exco InTouch raises $5M;

> HudsonAlpha bought an Illumina ($ILMN) HiSeq X Ten to boost its genomics research capabilities. Item

> Exco InTouch raised $5 million to continue its expansion beyond the clinical trial sector. Article

> Washington University in St. Louis received a $25 million gift for its Genome Institute. Piece

> Merck Serono created a mobile app to help patients and physicians check if drugs are fakes. News

> A public Indian research institute founded an incubator for biotech-related startups. Post

> Clinical Ink said multiple Ebola studies are using its paperless clinical trial technology. Item

> BlackBerry ($BBRY) and NantHealth introduced a cancer genome browser for physicians. Article

> Plymouth University received $1.9 million to create a bioinformatics suite and other facilities. Release

> The Financial Times took a look at the digital future of healthcare. Feature

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