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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – San Francisco-based Linkage Biosciences today announced the launch of a wholly-owned European subsidiary based in Geneva.

The move is in response to global demand for LinkSeq molecular tissue typing technology, the firm said in a statement. The real-time PCR-based human leukocyte antigen testing technology covers 12,000 alleles in a single test, the firm said.

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