France and UK first to get CogenicsOnline genomics service
This article was originally published in Clinica
The life sciences industry in the UK and France has access to a new online genomics service. Cogenics, which claims to be the world's leading outsourcing provider, this week launched CogenicsOnline (www.cogenicsonline.com) in these countries, initially offering express sequencing. It plans to extend the service to other European countries and the US during 2009. It says that it will also extend, concurrently, the range of services to include gene expression, genotyping and biomanufacturing support.
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