NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Promega said last week that it will open an office in Stockholm in Janulary to offer its products and services directly to the Swedish research community.
 
The company, based in Madison, Wis., previously offered its products in Sweden through a distribution deal with SDS BioSciences.  
 
The company has hired Patrick Van de Velde as general manager of the office.
 

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