NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Link Technologies today announced a deal with American International Chemical for the distribution of some Link products in North America.

Under the terms of the deal, AIC will distribute a subset of the Bellshill, Scotland firm's oligonucleotide reagents. The deal focuses on the bulk market for oligonucleotide modifiers and will initially begin with the distribution of Link's modified phosphoramidites, including dyes and labels and CPG solid supports. The products will be distributed through AIC's Advanced Technology Division.

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