NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Harvard Bioscience today said it has formed a co-marketing and -development agreement with Nanoentek under which Nanoentek’s Digital Bio and HBIO’s BTX units will distribute certain of each others products in the US and in Asia.
 
HBIO’s BTX Harvard Apparatus business will distribute a gene-delivery system in the US made by Digital Bio, a Nanoentek segment.
 
Digital Bio in return will distribute BTX’s electroporation products in Asia.
 

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