NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — BioServe today said it has acquired Genomics Collaborative from SeraCare Life Sciences for an undisclosed sum.
 
Genomics Collaborative offers access to a repository of 600,000 human DNA, tissue and serum samples that are “linked to detailed clinical and demographic data from 140,000 consented and anonymized patients collected on four continents, BioServe said.
 
BioServe said it will “fully” integrate Genomics Collaborative into its operations.
 

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