Gene Bridges Signs up South Korean Distributor | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Seoul, South Korea-based Mbiotech will distribute Gene Bridges’ DNA engineering technology in Korea, Gene Bridges said Tuesday.
 
The agreement makes Mbiotech the exclusive supplier of Gene Bridges’ Red/ET recombineering kits and reagents in Korea.
 
Gene Bridges, a Heidelberg, Germany-based spin-off from the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, makes and sells DNA markers, Taq DNA polymerase, and nucleic acid purification kits.
 

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