NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Labcyte said today that it has signed up Bio Laboratories and Chayon Laboratories to distribute its low-volume liquid transfer technologies in Singapore and Korea, respectively.

Both distributors will market Labcyte’s Deerac and Echo instruments, which use sound to move liquids for applications in the genomics, proteomics, and live-cell transfer fields.

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