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CombiMatrix Signs Up InBio to Distribute Arrays in Australia, New Zealand

NEW YORK, Jan. 19 (GenomeWeb News) - CombiMatrix has signed up InBio to distribute its microarray products in Australia and New Zealand, the company's parent, Acacia Research, said today.


InBio, the life science arm of BioInsight, will market, sell, and service CombiMatrix's CustomArray products in these regions. The company, which focuses on distributing products for gene expression analysis, already represents Cartagen, Expresson Biosystems, Genovac, Point Technologies, Schott Nexterion, Synthecon, and V&P Scientific, according to its website.


Combimatrix plans to further expand its product distribution, both internationally and in the US, the company's director of sales, Michael Tognotti, said in a statement.

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