NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — RainDance Technologies said today that the HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology is now a RainDance Center of Excellence.

As a RainDance CoE, Huntsville, Ala.-based HudsonAlpha will serve as a reference site and service provider for RainDance products. The institute features a Genomic Services Lab that assists academic and commercial customers worldwide to better understand the genetic causes of cancer, bipolar disorders, and other common, complex diseases.

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