NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Rubicon Genomics today said that it has signed a series of distribution agreements covering Europe in advance of the launch of its new sequencing preparation kits.

The distribution agreements were signed with Cambridge Bioscience for the UK and Ireland; Biozym Scientific for Germany and Austria; AB Analitica for Italy; Sopachem for the Benelux countries; Nordic Biolabs for Denmark and Sweden; Immuno Diagnostic for Finland; and YBUX for Romania, the Slovak Republic, and the Czech Republic.

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