As Asia Beckons, Exiqon, CMBX Raise Stakes in MiRNA Array Space With New Distribution Pacts | GenomeWeb

Danish microRNA array vendor Exiqon last week said it has selected four new distributors to expand its products into the Asia-Pacific market.

The company appointed Clover Technology Group and KangChen Bio-tech to cover China, B-Bridge International for Japan, and ScienceWerke to represent the firm in Singapore. Exiqon said it plans to expand its distribution network further within other Asian countries and Europe in the near future.

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