NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Molecular diagnostics products firm Claremont BioSolutions has signed deals to distribute its products in Europe, Taiwan, and South Korea.

The deals, announced on Thursday, are with Gentaur Molecular Products, based in Belgium; Ohhana Biotech in Taiwan; and Omics Biotech of South Korea, who will distribute Claremont's products for sample preparation, DNA isolation, and protein purification.

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