NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – BioTrove said today that it has opened a new customer support and sales division in the UK to serve clients in Europe.
 
The Woburn, Mass.-based genomics toolmaker’s new base in London will be used to serve and support existing customers and to develop new partners in the biotechnology, academic, and pharmaceutical fields, it said.
 

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