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By Julia Karow

This article, originally published April 28, has been updated to include comments from LifeCodexx CEO Michael Lutz.

LifeCodexx, a new player in the sequencing diagnostics market, is developing clinically validated diagnostic tests that use next-generation sequencing, the company said last week.

With a handful of employees, the firm, a subsidiary of German genomic service provider GATC Biotech, is initially focusing on prenatal diagnostics for the European market.

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