NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Imagene Labs and LifeNome announced today that they have formed a partnership to develop and market personalized genomic wellness services in Southeast Asia.

The deal will join Singapore-based Imagene's genetics testing facilities with LifeNome's proprietary informatics platform in order to provide tailored genomic guidance on nutrition, fitness, skin care, and other wellness topics to customers in Singapore, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia.

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