NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Geneservice has acquired a sequencing facility located at the University of Oxford and will use it to perform contract research, the company said today.
 
Cambridge, UK-based Geneservice said it will use the facility, which is part of Oxford’s Biochemistry Department, to offer DNA sample processing, genotyping, mRNA expression analysis, and microbial clone management.
 
Geneservice said the Biochemistry Department’s staff will remain at the lab but will become company employees.

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