LabCorp Takes Over as 23andMe's Genotyping Service Provider | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Although 23andMe had kept mum for several months on which contract laboratory it has been using to conduct its DTC genomic testing services, GenomeWeb Daily News has learned that Laboratory Corporation of America is providing the necessary genotyping services for the personal genomics company.
 
Officials from both 23andMe and LabCorp have confirmed that the lab testing giant is providing the genotyping services for 23andMe's service.
 

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