NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Consumer genomics companies that offer Y chromosome sequencing services are planning reductions in test prices as well as the introduction of new features — upgrades that could make the offerings more attractive to a broader customer base.

Should they make good on these pledges, industry observers believe that Y chromosome sequencing services – until now the domain of advanced genetic genealogists and academics – could become more popular.

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