Canada Funds Livestock Genomics Center | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Canada has invested C$575,000 (US$585,000) in the Delta Genomics Centre, a non-profit genomics services provider that supports livestock research
to spur development of new genetic profiling technologies.

The Centre will use the funding to collect and analyze, profile, and catalogue cattle samples and to provide data to Canadian breed associations. The Centre provides biobanking, genotyping, and sequencing services for the livestock industry and for the academic research community.

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