NEW YORK, Sept. 3 (GenomeWeb News) - Orchid BioSciences of Princeton, NJ, today announced a three-year contract with the London Metropolitan Police Service to provide scene-of-crime forensic DNA testing services.

The contract, procured by Orchid's European Cellmark business, is extendable for an additional two years and is expected to generate the equivalent of "several million dollars" annually in revenue, Orchid said in a statement.

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