NEW YORK, Sept 7 - DNA Sciences of Mountain View, Calif., announced on Thursday the opening of its genetic analysis facility, which seeks to find new links between genetics and disease.

The facility, which was opened in collaboration with Amersham Pharmacia Biotech, will use more than 40 of APB’s MegaBACE 1000 DNA Analysis Systems that will be configured to genotype large quantities of DNA.

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