Sorenson Forensics Awarded Contract to Assist Forensic DNA Lab in Senegal | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Sorenson Forensics will help develop DNA forensics capabilities at a research institute in Senegal’s capital of Dakar, the Salt Lake City-based company said today.
 
Under the agreement with the Senegalese government, Sorenson Forensics will work to help the Center for Diagnostics and Research in Molecular Medicine become the first forensic DNA lab in western Africa, and will provide ongoing support and lab validation services.
 

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