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Fluidigm Taps Eisenberg Brothers as Israeli Distributor

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Fluidigm said today that it has hired scientific equipment supplier Eisenberg Brothers as its distributor in Israel.

Under the agreement, Eisenberg Brothers will offer Fluidigm's complete portfolio of BioMark, EP1, and Access Array systems, as well as its complete lineup of Dynamic Array, Digital Array, and Access Array integrated fluidic circuits for real-time PCR, digital PCR, genotyping, gene expression, copy number variation, and absolute quantification in sequencing.

Based in Airport City, Israel, Eisenberg Brothers supplies scientific, optical, electro-optical, and medical equipment to the scientific, medical, and high-tech markets in the country.

"Fluidigm is committed to bringing the accuracy and efficiency benefits of integrated fluidic circuit technology to life science researchers in Israel," Dominique Remy-Renou, vice president of european sales and support and general manager of Fluidigm Europe, said in a statement.

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