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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) — Genomic sequencing business incubator Murrieta Genomics has agreed to promote SeqOnce Biosciences' next-generation sequencing sample prep technology, the companies announced today.

SeqOnce was founded in 2014 as a spinout of the University of Southern California and has developed a technology called RhinoSeq for NGS library preparation that the Pasadena-based company says is significantly quicker than competing methods.

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