PamGene

This story was originally posted on April 27.

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Cronus Technologies has inked a distribution deal with PamGene International covering the UK and Ireland.

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Kinexus President Steven Pelech told BioArray News recently that the new kinase-inhibitor screening service will complement the firm's menu of Kinex antibody and reverse lysate microarrays.

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