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J.K. International to Distribute CombiMatrix Arrays in Japan

NEW YORK, July 6 (GenomeWeb News) - Japanese distributor J.K. International will sell CombiMatrix microarrays in Japan, CombiMatrix parent company Acacia Research said today.

 

Under the terms of the non-exclusive agreement, J.K. International will market, sell, and service CombiMatrix' CustomArray line of microarrays.

 

J.K. International said that it also sells products from Roche, BioRad, and other life science providers in the Japanese market.

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