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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Indian consumer genomics company Mapmygenome is partnering with blockchain genetics startup Digital DNAtix to provide extra security and privacy for its direct-to-consumer genetic tests. The blockchain technology also will allow researchers to access anonymous data for their work, the companies said.

Digital DNAtix, of Ramat Gan, Israel, will provide Mapmygenome with a platform to offer its genome testing, analysis, and related personalized medicine services in a faster, more secure environment than previously available.

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