NimbleGen Opens Manufacturing, Services Facility in Iceland | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK, March 19 - Wisconsin-based genomics company NimbleGen Systems on Tuesday said it has opened an office in Iceland that will manufacture custom DNA arrays and provide services for customers in North America and Europe.

"The new Iceland facility allows us to penetrate several key markets ... for the biopharmaceutical and academic research markets," Mike Treble, president and CEO of NimbleGen, said in a statement.

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