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Protedyne Sets Up Shop in Europe

NEW YORK, Jan. 29 - Genomics and proteomics equipment manufacturer Protedyne has formed a European subsidiary, the company said on Tuesday.

 

Protedyne Europe will be based in Martinsried, Germany, and will sell products and provide product support throughout Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.

 

The new subsidiary's managing director will be Juergen Fehmer, who was previously general manager of a1-Biotech, a startup launched by Anachem.

 

Protedyne, based in Windsor, Conn., manufactures lab equipment like gel electrophoresis machines and systems for PCR prep and cycling. It also offers services such as SNP scoring, gene cloning, and functional-genomics services.

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