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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — Arev Brands International, through its holding company BC Bud Depot, has signed a letter of intent with Lighthouse Genomics to undertake genetic quality screening of BC Bud Depot cannabis strains and genovars.

Arev said that it has contributed DNA samples from select BC Bud Depot genovars to the inaugural batch run on a BeadArray genotype chip designed specifically for the cannabis genome. The Illumina Infinium HTS microarray, designed by Lighthouse Genomics, allows up to 96 samples to be tested in a single batch run.

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