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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Two Utah companies are teaming up to link genealogy and genetic testing.
For less than $200 and a cheek swab, people looking for their ancestors can add DNA results to family history Web sites.
A new partnership between genealogy Web site Ancestry.com and Sorenson Genomics will be announced today.
Ancestry.com, the Internet's largest family history Web site, plans to launch the DNA testing product by the end of summer. It would allow customers the possibility of finding DNA matches on the site's 24,000 databases.
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