NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Finnzymes Instruments and Bridge Bioscience have created a joint venture and started a new company to sell certain PCR technologies.
Under the agreement, Bridge Bio will transfer all of the physical assets and patents in its PCR business to the new company, called BioInnovations Oy, which will be controlled by Finnzymes.
According to BridgeBio’s website, the company’s PCR portfolio includes reagents and products for electroporation, electrophoresis, and transfection.

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