Genotyping With New Collab, Celera-backed Hubit Still Has Critics | GenomeWeb

Named after the bases, or “human bits” of DNA information the company intends to catalog, HuBit Genomix splashed onto the scene this past March when Celera Genomics announced that it had invested and become a minority shareholder in the Japanese venture. Until a week earlier, the company, founded in April 2000 with ¥1.25 million, had been known as Medical Genome Systems.

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