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Exiqon Adds Two New Product Distributors

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Exiqon said this week that it has added two new distribution partners to handle its life science products, including its locked nucleic acid-based reagents for microRNA research.

Speficially, Biomedica Medizinprodukte will market Exiqon's products in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Kosovo, Albania, Poland, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria.

Biotik will distribute Exiqon products in Brazil.

Exiqon said its total distributor network now consists of 18 distributors covering South and Eastern Europe, Middle East, Brazil, Asia, and Australia/New Zealand.

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