NEW YORK, April 14 (GenomeWeb News) - Orchid Biosciences is seeking stockholder approval to change its name to Orchid Cellmark to reflect the company's positioning as a provider of DNA identity testing services, the firm said yesterday.

Shareholders will consider the name change at the Princeton, NJ-based company's annual stockholders meeting on June 8.

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