NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Biometric solutions firm Morpho will market IntegenX's RapidHit DNA analysis system to law enforcement and government agencies in certain countries as part of a deal announced today.

Morpho, part of the Safran group, will offer DNA solutions and support services, it said, adding that IntegenX's technology allows it to "deliver powerful solutions capable of accelerating investigations, particularly during the custody period."

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