NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — DNAPrint Genomics and Code Amber plan to co-develop and market a memory stick that can store a child’s DNA sequence, the companies said today.
 
DNAPrint also said it will become a sponsor on the Code Amber Ticker, a news feed that spreads alerts via the Web about missing or endangered children.  
 
The memory stick would hold DNA sequencing data on a flash memory device that also would contain photographs and other information about the child.

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