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NEW YORK(GenomeWeb) – The HudsonAlpha Institute announced on Thursday the creation of a personal genomics center for clinical whole-genome sequencing.  

The HudsonAlpha Centerfor Personal Genomics will offer whole-genome sequencing starting at $2,800, which includes the sequencing and initial interpretation. Further analysis and interpretation will require additional costs, the Huntsville, Ala.-based institute said. 

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