VWR to Distribute Kapa Biosystems' PCR Reagents in North America | GenomeWeb

Kapa Biosystems said this week that VWR International will distribute its PCR reagents in North America under a non-exclusive agreement.

The agreement gives VWR the rights to distribute Kapa's portfolio of products for applications such as high-fidelity PCR, fast PCR, long-range PCR, whole-blood PCR, crude-sample PCR, and single-protocol PCR.

Kapa said that its reagents are based on DNA polymerases that have been engineered to possess "unique amino acid modifications that confer dramatic improvements to the function of the enzymes."

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