NEW YORK, March 19 – Genomics One of Laval, Quebec and Alpha Helix of Uppsala, Sweden have developed a new PCR cloning kit, the companies said Monday.

Genomics One will have exclusive marketing rights for the cloning kits, which combine Alpha Helix’s MicroCartridge liquid dispensing technology and Genomics One’s True Blue cloning technology. Genomics One will pay Alpha Helix for the raw materials used for the kits, but does not have to pay additional sums for the marketing rights.

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