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Farfield Partners with Three New Distributors for India, Parts of Europe

NEW YORK, May 19 (GenomeWeb News) - Farfield Sensors has signed up three new distributors to sell its AnaLight protein analysis instrument in India, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg, the Salford, UK-based company said on Tuesday.


The new distributors are Labindia Instruments in India; Benelux Scientific in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg; and Serlabo Technologies in France.


Farfield's AnaLight instruments use dual polarization interferometry, an analytical technique to examine the structure and behavior of molecules and their interactions.

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