Mitegen, XTalQuest Enter Mutual Distribution Deal | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Mitegen today announced a mutual distribution agreement with XTalQuest to promote and sell each other's products.

Under the deal, XTalQuest will promote and sell Mitegen's MicroMount, MicroLoop, MicroMesh, RT Aligner, and other products in China, Taiwan, and Singapore. Mitegen will promote and sell XTalQuest's line of crystallization plates, crystallization stock solutions, and other products in North and South America.

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