NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Ananomouse said today that the US Department of Justice has taken a worldwide, unlimited license for its Bloodhound kinship analysis software.
 
Ananomouse said that the DOJ will use the software “in support of, and as a complement to” the Federal Bureau of Investigations' Combined DNA Index System, or CODIS.
 

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