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Halo Genomics Names Ozyme French Distributor

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Halo Genomics today named Ozyme its distributor in France.

Under the deal, Ozyme will distribute the Selector and HaloPlex PCR product lines. Financial and other terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Halo Genomics, based in Uppsala, Sweden, develops sample preparation technologies for next-generation sequencing. Headquartered in Paris, Ozyme specializes in cell and molecular biology products for the research market.

"The interest in our product lines continues to grow and highly skilled local partners such as Ozyme will further strengthen our ability to support our customers," Halo Genomics Chief Business Officer Maria Hjortsmark said in a statement.

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