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Fluxion Taps EuroClone as Distributor

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – EuroClone will distribute Fluxion Biosciences' microfluidic platform in a number of European countries under an exclusive agreement, Fluxion said Tuesday.

The agreement covers sales and service for the BioFlux research tools for live cell imaging in the Czech Republic; Slovenia; Croatia; Bosnia Herzegovina; Serbia; Montenegro; Albania; Bulgaria; Romania; Greece; Turkey; Cyprus; Malta; Libya; Morocco; Tunisia; and Algeria.

EuroClone makes and distributes products for use in genomics, proteomics, cell biology, molecular biology, and cytogenetics.

"The relationship will complement EuroClone's product portfolio and give us access to their cell biology customers," Fluxion's director of sales, Mark Atlas, said in a statement.

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