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Nonlinear Dynamics Signs US Distribution Deal with Fotodyne

NEW YORK, June 7 (GenomeWeb News) - Nonlinear Dynamics said today that it has signed a deal under which its Phoretix 1D electrophoresis gel analysis and TotalLab image analysis tools will be distributed in the US by Fotodyne.


"We feel Nonlinear's software perfectly complements our photo-documentation systems, giving our life science customers a total solution for their capture and analysis needs," Fotodyne president and CEO Brian Walsh said in a statement.


"Fotodyne [offers] high-quality image capture systems, catering for a wide range of needs and budgets within the life sciences, making them an ideal systems partner for us," Nonlinear marketing director John Spreadbury added.


Specific terms of the deal were not disclosed.


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