NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Sequenom said today that MetaMorphix will expand its use of Sequenom’s MassARRAY and iPlex technologies for its genotyping and selection services.
 
The agreement extends an earlier partnership that the companies signed in 2005.
 
The new agreement will allow MMI to handle increased sample orders coming from its DNA-based livestock and companion animal diagnostic products, Sequenom said.
 

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