DNAVision Expands Facilities with Plans for Adding Next-Gen Sequencing and Other New Services | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Belgian applied genetics and genomics services company DNAVision announced today that it has doubled its laboratories and office space in Charleroi-Gosselies, Belgium, adding five new laboratory areas dedicated to cell culture and nucleic acid extraction.
 
The move is aimed at augmenting the company’s RNA- and DNA-based analytical techniques, expanding its biopharmaceutical services portfolio, and providing new GMP certified assays.
 

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