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DNAVision Certified by Illumina

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Genomics services provider DNAVision said today that it has been certified as a collaborative partner to offer Illumina's Infinium Genotyping.

The Belgian firm said that the Illumina CSPro certification is a two-phase process that covers minimum data generation, data certification, and an on-site audit of the facility and company processes.

"We collaborate with our customers during the whole genotyping process, bringing our expertise from study design to thorough data interpretation within the highest quality assurance procedures," DNAVision Business Development Manager Sebastien Massart said in a statement.

DNAVision is Illumina's first partner in Belgium that is CSPro certified for Infinium services.

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