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  • Case for why Genohub should be used for getting quotes and handling all your NGS work

    We describe here: https://genohub.com/ngs-researchers/ how with a single relationship you have access to the best NGS providers, the latest instrument technology and our experienced scientific staff. All projects you start using Genohub are covered by our quality and turnaround time guarantees, IP protection, confidentiality and our no-risk, secure payment system.
    • Access to the latest sequencing instruments
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