Transgenomic, GenOdysee Ink Nucleic Acid Service Alliance in US, Europe, and Asia | GenomeWeb

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 8 - Transgenomic has entered into an agreement with privately held functional genomics firm GenOdyssee to market and sell nucleic acid analysis services around the world that will be performed by a unit of GenOdyssee, Transgenomic said at a healthcare conference here on Tuesday.

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