NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Bulldog Bio will have the exclusive rights to sell many of Nippon Genetics Europe's electrophoresis and cell biology products to researchers in the US under an agreement announced today.

Bulldog Bio, in return, will support, market, and stock Nippon Genetics Europe's products.

Nippon Genetics Europe, based in Düren, Germany, is a subsidiary of Nippon Genetics focused on distributing cell biology, genomics, and proteomics products. Portsmouth, N.H.-based Bulldog Bio distributes tools to life science researchers.

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