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Pressure BioSciences Inks Distribution Deal

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Pressure BioSciences today said that it has signed a distribution deal with KeraFast, which specializes in selling life science tools through its e-commerce channel.

The agreement covers Pressure Bio's new sample preparation offerings including its Shredder SG3 Extraction System, MicroTube, MicroCap, and PCT Shredder sample processing tubes. It also includes Pressure Bio's kits for preparing samples for DNA, RNA, protein, and lipid analysis.

"KeraFast has developed a successful marketing approach using the power and tremendous reach of e-commerce, which we believe combines well with our traditional marketing approach," Nate Lawrence, VP of marketing for Pressure Bio, said in a statement. "Together, our combined marketing activites should bring greater visibility to PBI and to our sample preparation products, which we believe will result in increased revenue for PBI."

Financial and other terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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