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One Person Genetics Signs Distribution, OEM Agreement with SCNA

NEW YORK, June 18 (GenomeWeb News) - One Person Genetics has acquired distribution and OEM rights to a genetic test developed by SCNA, its parent company Person Health Sciences, based in Vancouver, Canada, said today.

 

Under the agreement, One Person Genetics may distribute SCNA's test worldwide, with exclusive rights in Canada.

 

One Person said the agreement also allows it to complete developing its own test, OneTest, using bioinformatics technology from SCNA. The test will screen for variations in 19 genes encoding metabolic enzymes. One Person plans to give nutritional advice based on the test results.

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