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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – 23andMe today announced an agreement with drug developer Reset Therapeutics to study the genetics of the circadian clock.

The goal of the collaboration is to develop drug targets for therapeutics that will restore the body's 24-hour physiological rhythms, Reset said in a statement.

Through this collaboration, 23andMe will provide Reset scientists with de-identified, aggregated data from more than 650,000 customers who have consented for their genomic information to be a part of scientific research.

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