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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Genomic sequencing business incubator Murrieta Genomics has agreed to support EncrypGen, a startup offering a blockchain-based system to allow patients to store and share genomic data. The partnership, announced today, is intended to give individuals more control over the use of their genetic information and increase the security of data transfer through blockchain technology.

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