NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – London Genetics said today that it has signed an exclusive agreement to offer academic and industrial researchers services from the Great Ormond Street Hospital Cytogenetics Core Facility in London.
 
London Genetics said that the new service covers molecular and conventional cytogenetics and is in response to growing demand from the genomics research market.
 

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