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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Eurofins Genomics today announced it signed a two-year contract to be a preferred supplier of oligonucleotides to Lund University.

Eurofins Genomics becomes one of several preferred suppliers as part of a recently awarded framework contract, it said, adding the contract builds on long-standing relationship between the parties. Eurofins will now offer best oligonucleotide prices to Lund University, Gothenburg University, Linköping University, and Chalmers University of Technology.

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