By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – BioServe said today that it will provide its genetic testing services for NGC Medical's nutrigenomics testing business.

Under the agreement, BioServe will provide Italy's NGC Medical with its CLIA-certified genomics services, including DNA extraction, QC DNA, and control DNA for the NutriGeneCode testing service.

Beltsville, Md.-based BioServe said that it expects to process around 10,000 NutriGeneCode tests in the next year.

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