Exiqon and Tecan Forge Unofficial Co-Marketing Alliance in North America | GenomeWeb
Austrian tool vendor Tecan and Exiqon, a Danish firm that sells microRNA arrays, have developed an unofficial co-marketing alliance to better reach customers in North America, according to company officials.
The firms will co-market Tecan's hybridization instruments and Exiqon's chips as a complete unit to clients that may be tempted to use miRNA arrays sold by companies that offer products used in every part of an array experiment workflow.

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