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Open Biosystems to be Covalys North American Distributor

NEW YORK, May 11 (GenomeWeb Daily News) - Covalys Biosciences and Open Biosystems have signed a distribution and co-development agreement that will make Huntsville, Ala.-based Open Biosystems the sole North American distributor for the Swiss company's protein labeling kits, the companies said today.

 

According to the agreement, Open Biosystems will distribute Covalys' intracellular and in vitro  protein labeling kits to customers in Canada , Mexico , and the US .

 

The two companies also pledged to develop products that combine Open Biosystem's expression and cloning technology with Covalys' protein labeling system in the future.

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