NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – DNA Genotek said today that Tepnel Pharmaceutical Services will offer its Oragene DNA sample collection kits as part of its nucleic acid extraction and genotyping service.

Ottawa, Ontario-based DNA Genotek said that Tepnel, which is a business of Gen-Probe, will offer the Oragene kits as part of end-to-end packages that include collection, extraction, and genetic analysis.

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