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ImaGenes Signs SE Asia Distributor

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Precision Technologies will distribute ImaGenes' clone collections in Singapore, Malaysia, and Indonesia, Berlin-based ImaGenes said today.

ImaGenes' clone repository is a collection of full open reading frame clones, which are used to produce native proteins for research purposes as therapeutic reagents.

Headquartered in Singapore, Precision Technologies is a marketing and engineering support organization for reagents and life science technologies, as well as tools for other industries.

Johannes Maurer, director of genomics products and marketing at ImaGenes, said that Precision Technologies has "an excellent market position and a sound expertise" to help the firm reach its objectives in Southeast Asia.

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