NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – While users are satisfied overall with the services that core labs provide, turnaround time and costs seem to be slight sticking points, according to respondents to GenomeWeb's biennial core lab survey. Still, users ranked their core labs as "good" for most metrics.

To compile this data, GenomeWeb emailed a link to an online survey to registered users of our website in late August and a second email to another group of users in September. After gathering some demographic data, the questionnaire split off for core lab users and core lab workers.

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