NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Open Biosystems will sell and distribute Codon Devices’ BioFAB synthetic genetics platform in North America, Codon said Monday.  
Codon said the agreement is part of its effort to extend its BioFAB platform to a broader market. Previously, Codon offered BioFAB only to customers able to meet minimum order requirements.

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