Bulldog Bio to Distribute Nepa Gene System | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Bulldog Bio today said that it will distribute Nepa Gene's Nepa21 Electrokinetic Transfection System to labs in the US and Canada.

Portsmouth, NH-based Bulldog Bio will be the sole distributor for those countries. Terms of the distribution pact were not disclosed.

The firm said that Chiba, Japan-based Nepa Gene's system can boost efficiency and reduce toxicity for in vitro transfection experiments without the need for proprietary buffers.

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