This article has been updated to clarify that Ambry Genetics has not yet signed up with AllSeq.

Sequencing services matchmaker BlueSeq of Denmark has moved to the US, where it has reopened under the name AllSeq.

AllSeq acquired all of BlueSeq's intellectual property and assets and set up shop in San Diego, Calif., about six months ago, the firm's president and CSO, Shawn Baker, told In Sequence.

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