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DNASequencing.com and a Portfolio of 318 'Genetic' Domain Names to be Auctioned Off at Epik.com Domain Development Conference
Date:9/14/2010

SEATTLE, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Epik.com, a leading domain name development company, will release a list of DNA and Genetic developed domain names to be auctioned off on September 16, at 1:30 pm at the Bell Harbor Conference Center Bay Auditorium in Seattle. The domain auction is part of the inaugural Epik.com Domain Developers Conference being held September 15 – 17.  The live auction event is open to the public.

The auction lot contains the premium domain name and website www.DNASequencing.com, as well as an additional 318 DNA and genetics-related informational domain names. Scientists believe DNA sequencing will revolutionize preventative medicine, as knowing the genetic blueprints of an individual will reveal predispositions for specific conditions and diseases such as cancer, diabetes, addiction, etc and lead to 'personalized medicine'.

"Owning a massive amount of Internet Real Estate associated with DNA Sequencing, genetic mapping and personalized medicine can be a windfall for a biotechnology company that wants to control the space and capture the associated Internet search traffic," says Rob Monster, Chairman and CEO of Epik.com. "Companies like Illumina, Complete Genomics, Pacific Biosystems, IBM, Agilent, Alpha Biolab, Ambrygen, Biobasic, Elimbio, Genewiz, Genscript, Ion Torrent, Mpbio, Laragen, Sequenom, Sequetech, Seqwright, etc. could effectively control the marketplace overnight by owning these domains," said Monster.

The auction lot will feature such domains as DNAsequencing.com, DNAsequence.com, DNAmap.com, DNAcode.com, DNAlaboratory.com, GenomeCode.com, GenomeCodes.com, GeneticDoctor.com, GeneticLab.com, GeneticEngineer.com, GeneticTechnology.com and more.

Interested parties can participate in the live auction in-person or online through a real-time Internet interface. Tho
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