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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Preconception genetic testing firm GenePeeks said today that it has signed a distribution agreement with the Alliance Global Group (AGBL), which is based in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates.

Under the agreement, AGBL will offer GenePeeks' Preconception Screen to patients, healthcare providers, and laboratories in the Middle East and in Africa. AGBL will also introduce additional applications of GenePeeks' technology, which is called Virtual Progeny Analytics, through partnerships with centers of excellence in the region.

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