Publication date: Sep 19, 2019
The upstart direct-to-consumer DNA-testing company Nebula Genomics announced on Thursday that it will offer anonymous genome sequencing , becoming the first to do so amid public concerns about the privacy of genetic data and law enforcement use of public DNA databases to identify suspects.
|DNA Testing||Internet privacy|
|Whole genome sequencing|
|Branches of biology|
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