BioServe, NeoCodex Ink Co-Marketing Deal for Each Other's Tissue Banks | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Human tissue repository companies BioServe and NeoCodex have penned an agreement that will enable the firms to distribute each other’s products.
 
Terms of the deal give BioServe access to NeoCodex’s bio-repository of DNA, FFPE, fluid, and tissue samples collected from Spain’s "uniquely homogenous” population.
 

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