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Agencourt, Emory University to Study SNPs for Thrombosis

NEW YORK, Sept. 30 - Agencourt Bioscience today said the Emory University School of Medicine will use its SeeSNP and AgenType genotyping services to identify targets and study SNP markers related  to thrombosis.


Specifically, Agencourt will help researchers at Emory's  Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine to identify and study SNPs in "several essential genes" related to the body's coagulation system.


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