Knome Adds CLIA-Certified SeqWright as Sequencing Provider for Personal Genome Services | GenomeWeb

This article has been updated from an earlier version, published June 11, to include information from SeqWright.

Knome will start using SeqWright's CLIA-certified laboratory for its personal genome sequencing and analysis services, the companies said last week.

Under the partnership, Houston-based SeqWright will process and sequence DNA samples from Knome clients at its CLIA-certified lab using its Applied Biosystems SOLiD and 454 Life Sciences GS FLX platforms.

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