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By Ben Butkus

ArcticZymes, a Norwegian life science research tools firm specializing in cold-adapted and heat-labile enzymes for use in molecular biology and diagnostics, this week opened its first US office in the outskirts of Philadelphia.

The company is betting that its new digs will help it better serve its US customers, who are already responsible for most of its revenues, Jan Buch Andersen, managing director of ArcticZymes, told PCR Insider this week.

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