NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The consumer genomics field is swiftly crowding with another firm, Houston-based SeqWright, announcing today that it will launch its own personal genotyping service.
 
The company said the SeqWright Genomic Profiling Service will be based on microarray data that will genotype up to one million SNPs.
 

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