NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Molecular Biology Systems said yesterday that it has inked several new distribution agreements for its NextGen PCR ultra-fast thermal cycler.

The new agreements are with PreMed Lab in China; Pronto Diagnostics in Israel; Ybux in the Czech Republic; Albiogen in Russia; Isogen Life Science in Benelux and Spain; and Camlab in the UK.

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