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Protagen Opens US Office

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Protagen expanded its operations into the United States with a new office to handle sales and distribution in Chester, NJ, the company said today.
 
The new office will initially focus its distribution efforts on the East Coast, the company said.
 
The New Jersey office will be headed by Howard Jacobsen and supported by Rick Garretson, the US account manager.
 
This office is the first facility operating abroad for the the Dortmund, Germany-based protein biochip company.

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