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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – VHLGenetics said today that it has signed a new distribution agreement with Norwegian laboratory BioBank.

Under the agreement, BioBank gains the right to sell VHLGenetics' microorganism, animal, and plant genetic testing products in Norway.

According to the partners, VHL's genotyping and mutation detection assets are a welcome addition to BioBank's overall mission, which includes managing a Norwegian national biobank for agricultural animals, farmed fish, plants, and pets.

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