This story has been updated with comments from DoubleTwist. The original story ran on March 13.

NEW YORK, March 15 – Genomics information provider BioWisdom of Cambridge, UK, said Tuesday it would launch in early April a new Internet-based genomics service that would feed information to subscribers based on their particular research interests.

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