NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Sorenson Genomics has merged into a single segment its Identigene arm, which specializes in forensic-DNA research for law enforcement, and its GeneTree arm, which focuses on DNA-based paternity testing, the company said today.
Sorenson said the new unit will do business under the Identigene brand name and will continue to operate from Identigene’s bases in Houston and Salt Lake City.

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