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Genewiz, a New Jersey-based contract research organization that offers DNA-based services, has opened a new laboratory in Boston where it will offer individual tube and high-volume DNA sequencing, primer walking, and sequencing from bacterial colonies, phage supernatant, and glycerol stocks.

The company said that it will continue to offer its other services, including gene synthesis and molecular biology and genomic services for research and regulatory clients, through its South Plainfield, NJ headquarters.

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