NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Sequenom said this week that it has completed the consolidation of its North Carolina laboratory operations into its San Diego lab facility. The firm announced its intentions to divest the North Carolina lab in early January as part of an organizational restructuring that will eliminate approximately 20 percent of its workforce.

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