By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) –Transplantation molecular diagnostics firm Olerup today announced a deal to market, sell, and distribute Conexio's HLA sequencing products and software.

The agreement covers Conexio's SBT Resolver products, which are locus-specific PCR-based HLA sequencing-based typing reagents. Included in the deal are SBT kits and a version of the Assign sequence analysis software. Olerup and its sub-distributors will sell Conexio's products.

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