BioTools, Kilpest Form Joint Venture to Offer Arrays for Dietary, Food Testing in India | GenomeWeb

By Justin Petrone

Spanish biotech BioTools has partnered with ag-bio firm Kilpest India to form a new company in India that will develop and sell products to the local healthcare and agricultural biotechnology sectors.

The companies said they hope the venture, which hasn't been named yet, will eventually serve as a base to serve other markets in Southeast Asia. They have already started to assemble the new firm and expect it to be operational by February.

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