NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – BioTek Instruments said today that it has tapped Millennium Science, based in Australia, to serve as its distributor in New Zealand.

Located in Winooski, Vt., BioTek offers microplate tools and software for genomics and proteomics studies for the research and drug development markets.

"Millennium has a strong focus on applications with expert technical sales and support,” BioTek’s business development manager, Dominic Herring, said in a statement.

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