By Justin Petrone

SAN DIEGO — GeneSeek, a wholly-owned genomic services subsidiary of Neogen Corporation, this week began offering bovine genotyping on Affymetrix's new Axiom Genome-Wide BOS 1 Array. While GeneSeek has offered cattle genotyping services for years on other platforms, a company official said that the firm sees the new Affy array as a springboard to reaching clients in the beef cattle industry, particularly in international markets.

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