Knome, SeqWright to Provide Personal Genomics Services through CLIA Lab | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Personal genomics company Knome announced that it plans to collaborate with custom genomic and molecular biology services provider SeqWright to offer its personal genome sequencing and analysis service through SeqWright's CLIA-certified laboratory.

Houston-based SeqWright has Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments certification and is licensed to process clinical samples in most states, including California.

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