By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Swedish biomedical tools maker Biotage said today that it has tapped John Morris Scientific to distribute its products in Australia and New Zealand.

Biotage said that the agreement with JMS, which has 13 offices in Australia and New Zealand, will enable it to take advantage of increasing regional demand for its chromatography products, resins, and microwave systems for organic synthesis. The firm also makes sample prep systems.

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