NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – SoftGenetics said this week that its GeneMarker Human Identity software has received NDIS (National DNA Index System) approval from the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

This means that laboratories that submit data to the FBI's Combined DNA Identification System (CODIS) can now upload genotyped profiles directly from GeneMarker HID to NDIS, the US's national database of offender, arrestee, and forensic profiles.

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