GenoMed Taps McGill University and Genome Quebec Innovation Center for SNP Screening | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, May 19 (GenomeWeb News) - GenoMed will pay CA$1.2 million ($863,000) to McGill University and the Genome Quebec Innovation Center in exchange for genotyping an undisclosed number of SNPs.

The service, which will be performed on Illumina’s genotyping platform, will try to screen between 10,000 and 30,000 SNPs at a time, according to David Moskowitz, chairman and CEO of GenoMed.

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