In Brief This Week: AnaSpec, Biocom Biotech; TriLink BioTechnologies; Transgenomic, iMedicor; Myriad Genetics | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – AnaSpec said this week that Biocom Biotech will serve as non-exclusive distributor of the firm's catalog and custom products throughout South Africa.


TriLink BioTechnologies this week said that it has relaunched its oligonucleotide radiolabeling services, just a few months after it had discontinued the service. The firm said that "strong customer feedback" persuaded the firm to re-start the services.

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