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NuGen Signs Marketing Agreements with Asian, European Partners; Opens European Sales Office

NEW YORK, Feb. 2 (GenomeWeb News) - NuGen Technologies has signed agreements with MediBic of Japan and TouchDown Biomarketing in Europe to help it market and sell its RNA-amplification products in Asia and Europe, respectively, the company said yesterday.

 

San Carlos, Calif.-based NuGen also said it has opened a sales office in Europe, which will be managed by TouchDown. NuGen's European sales team will work with TouchDown to launch the company's RNA-amplification systems in the European market.

 

MediBic, a Japanese life sciences and pharmacogenomics consulting company, will help NuGen introduce its Ovation RNA-amplification products throughout Asia.

 

TouchDown is based in Gendt, The Netherlands, and MediBic is located in Tokyo.

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