In Wake of Terrorist Attacks, Genomic Sector Heeds Grim Call to Identify Remains | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, Sept. 26 - In the aftermath of what has become the worst terrorist attack in history on US soil, a handful of genomic companies has volunteered their tools and technology, their manpower and money in the millions, for the grim task of identifying the missing.

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