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6.9 years ago
Sukhi Singh 11k
Most of the papers just write SOLiD; Applied Biosystems or ABI SOLiD(Life Technologies). Is this sufficient for a proper citation of a technology, if the company has never written a paper about it (or maybe they have a tech note somewhere)?
An old discussion on SeqAnswers wonders the same http://seqanswers.com/forums/showthread.php?t=15282
Many hints there, thanks for digging it out!
You may need to cite multiple publications as done in this paper (search for the SOLiD reference: http://genome.cshlp.org/content/18/7/1051.full ).
Not sure if this is the oldest reference for solid phase sequencing: http://nar.oxfordjournals.org/content/17/13/4937.short
Agree with multiple citations, though some of them are historic.
Also there is this link with an application note, a brochure and a poster. Not sure how stable this link is. Unfortunately the poster has no reference as to where it was presented but it does have details about SOLiD technology.