유전체에 대한 전문성을 기반으로

맞춤의학전문헬스케어 기업으로 도약

(주)디엔에이링크는 200년 3월 15일에 설립되어 바이오산업 및
유전체분석산업 분야에서 연구개발에 주력하여 지난 15년간 축적된
연구결과물과 노하우를 바탕으로 융합분석체계를 구축하여 유전체분석
서비스를 상용화한 유전체기반 생명공학 전문기업입니다.

참고문헌

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