GE Healthcare, NetBio Partner on DNA Products for Forensics Space | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – GE Healthcare Life Sciences and NetBio said on Monday they will commercialize new products for DNA sample collection and analysis for the forensics market.

The partnership allies the global distribution reach and sample collection capabilities of GE Healthcare Life Sciences, a business unit of GE Healthcare, with NetBio's DNA analysis technologies. The deal will result in products that make DNA fingerprinting easier and quicker than with current methods, the partners said.

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