NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – 10X Genomics announced today that is has signed agreements with four companies to promote and sell several of its products in the Asia-Pacific region.

The genomics company said its agreement with MDxK will cover South Korea, its deal with Millennium Science will cover Australia and New Zealand, it will reach Southeast Asia through Research Instruments, and China through Star Research Technology. These partners will distribute and support 10X's Chromium platform, as well as associated products for long-range and single-cell genomic applications.

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