NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — ForteBio, a developer of label-free, real-time systems for biomolecular interaction analysis, this week said it has hired two distributors to sell its Octet instruments and related consumables in parts of Europe and the South Pacific.
 
Swiss company Bucher Biotec will exclusively distribute ForteBio’s products in that country, while Millennium Science, an Australian distributor, will sell the products in that nation and in neighboring New Zealand.
 

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