NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – CapitalBio has signed up the Mexican medical and lab research equipment provider Accessolab to distribute its product line in Mexico, Beijing-based CapitalBio said today.

The distribution agreement covers CapitalBio's biochip microarray technologies, reagents, and related services.

CapitalBio CEO Jing Cheng said in a statement that Accessolab's client base of research labs, clinicians, and those in the life sciences "fit well with our range of products."

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