Eppendorf, Akonni Biosystems to Co-Market Sample Prep, Pipetting Techs | GenomeWeb

Eppendorf North America and Akonni Biosystems have agreed to jointly market Akonni's TruTip nucleic acid extraction kits with the Eppendorf epMotion automated pipetting system.

Under the terms of the agreement, Eppendorf, based in Hauppauge, NY, will promote Frederick, Md.-based Akonni's extraction kits to clinical, clinical research, and forensic laboratories in North America.

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