NEW YORK, July 26 – Lion Bioscience said Thursday it has granted BioCat the exclusive rights to distribute two of its products, arrayTAG cDNA clones and the corresponding annotation database, arrayBASE, in German-speaking areas in Europe.

"The distribution partnership with BioCat provides us with the chance to strengthen our position in the German, Swiss and Austrian life science research market," Daniel Keesman, vice president of global sales and marketing at Lion, said in a statement. 

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