NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Pharmacogenomics firm OneOme said on Monday it has earned laboratory certification in five additional states, bringing the total number of states where it can offer its testing services to 49.

The states in which OneOme received certification are California, Florida, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. It said it will seek certification in New York this year.

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