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Sequenom Launches New Asia-Pacific HQ

NEW YORK, Feb. 14-Sequenom has launched new Asian Pacific headquarters in Queensland, Australia, the company said today.

The offices, located in the Queensland Institute of Medical Research's Comprehensive Cancer Research Center, will handle regional operations, distribution and customer support.

This headquarters will serve the company's customers in Japan, Korea, Taiwan, New Zealand, Singapore, and Australia.


"The Asia-Pacific region is an emerging marketplace for genetics research, as evidenced by our growing presence throughout the region," said Sequenom vice president of corporate sales and marketing Tristan Orpin.

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