NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The personal whole genome startup company Knome said today it has lined up the first two customers for its DNA sequencing and analysis service, which it offers through a partnership with the Beijing Genomics Institute.
 
Knome said the two individuals would be the first in the world to have their genomes sequenced by a personal genomics firm.
 

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