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German Microarray Reagent Provider Implen Opens Swiss Office

NEW YORK, Aug. 2 (GenomeWeb News) - Implen has opened an office in Switzerland, the Munich-based provider of microarray reagents said last month.

 

The office is located in Zumikon, near Zurich. Implen sells a wide range of microarray-related reagents for labeling, hybridization, and post-hybridization treatment.

 

Implen is also a distributor for Advalytix, based in Brunnthal, Germany, and for Hatfield, Penn.-based Genisphere in  Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

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