OGT CEO Cites 'Exceptional Demand' for Cyto Chips in Decision to Establish US Office | GenomeWeb

Oxford Gene Technology has expanded its effort to serve its North American cytogenetic array customers by establishing an office near New York City and appointing a US-based sales team.

The UK-based clinical genetics company previously served its North American customers from its headquarters outside Oxford, but was moved to establish a direct presence in the US because of "exceptional demand" for its cyto chips, CEO Mike Evans told BioArray News this week.

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