Sigma-Proligo Opens Office Near Paris
 
Sigma-Proligo, the RNAi and PCR division of Sigma-Aldrich, last week said that it has opened offices near Paris.
 
The company said its newly acquired 2,000-square-foot facility in the Genopole d’Evry biopark will enable it to advance oligonucleotide production.
 

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