NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Korean oligo manufacturer Bioneer has opened a US subsidiary in Alameda, Calif. today, the Korean biotech company said today.
 
Bioneer selected the site for its manufacturing facility and distribution center to be near San Francisco’s biotech hub and “for environmental conditions ideally suited” to synthetic oligonucleotide production.
 

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