NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Zygem has reached several new distribution agreements for its products and others in the Asia Pacific region, the company said today.

Two of the agreements cover distribution of the company's enzyme-based DNA extraction kits in Asia, and three others are co-distribution pacts in New Zealand and Australia.

The company has signed up Shanghai Sangon Biological Engineering and Technology Services to serve as exclusive distributor of the DNA extraction kits in China. It also has enlisted SolGent to distribute the kits in South Korea.

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