NEW YORK, Nov. 13 — Geneka Biotechnology will be opening an office in Strasbourg, France, toward the start of the new year, the company announced on Tuesday. 

The new office, which represents the company’s first international expansion, will be small at first and will have no associated lab space, said Jean Rousseau, director of international marketing and sales at Montreal-based Geneka. 

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