Bioneer, the US subsidiary of South Korea's Bioneer Corporation, said recently that it has signed a contract to provide PCR kits to Emory Genetics Laboratory, an Emory University-affiliated provider of clinical and laboratory genetic services.

Under the contract, Alameda, Calif.-based Bioneer will supply Emory Genetics Laboratory with AccuPower PyroHotStart PCR kits, which use the company's exclusive PyroHotStart technology. The company expects to supply the laboratory with about 500,000 tests, which may increase by up to 50 percent in the second year.

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