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Beijing ZGZ to Distribute Genomatix Products in China

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Genomatix said today that it has selected Beijing ZGZ Science and Technology Development as its distributor in China.
Beijing ZGZ will distribute Genomatix’s entire line of informatics products, including those for integrated microarray analysis and the MatBase transcription factor database.
Beijing ZGZ was founded in 1998 by the China Biomedicine and Biochemical Academy and became an independent entity last year. ZGZ focuses on research and development in the areas of biomedicine, new drug resources, bioinformatics, and biometrics.
“With more than 1,800 researchers in China being subscribed to our free services today, this represents a very important growth market for us,” Klaus May, chief business officer of Genomatix, said in a statement.

ZGZ is Genomatix’s first distributor in China and its third in Asia.

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