By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Korean biotechnology firm Macrogen today announced the creation of its US-based division Axeq Technologies to provide next-generation sequencing services.

Based in Rockville, Md., Axeq also has offices in Amsterdam, Tokyo, and Seoul, South Korea. It offers a variety of DNA sequencing services, including exome, whole genome, targeted, pooled, RNA, transcriptome, and ChIP sequencing, it said in a statement.

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