NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Nucleic acids analysis systems developer Advanced Analytical Technologies said this week that it plans to expand its sales, distribution, and services to France, the French-speaking part of Belgium, and Luxembourg by opening an office in France. This will be the company's second office in Europe — it opened a branch in Germany in 2010. The new office will be located south of Paris in the Genopole Biocluster life sciences research facilities hub, the company added.

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