NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Unlike the paternity test offered through Sorensen Genomics’ website, the firm’s new retail kit will not be legally binding in potential court cases and is being marketed for “peace of mind,” said Lars Mouritsen, Sorenson Genomics’ CSO and director of lab operations.
 
He also told GenomeWeb Daily News this week that the company has expanded its technology, lab, and personnel to support expected increases in demand for the firm’s Identigene DNA Paternity Test Kit.
 

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