NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — DNAPrint Genomics today said it has allied with BioServe to supply integrated clinical DNA samples tagged with genetic ancestral information to biomedical researchers.
Under the agreement, DNAPrint will use its genetic ancestry test to analyze and categorize BioServe’s Global Repository of nearly 600,000 human biological samples.

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