FEATURE: As Japan Blasts into Genomics, Western Companies Look East for Revenues | GenomeWeb

TOKYO, April 27 –  As Japan lunges full blast into its government-supported genomics efforts, Western genomics companies have lately been showing signs they are turning eastward to seize the new market opportunities.

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