By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Oxford Expression Technologies today announced it has opened a US hub, operated by Abcore.

The new hub will allow US customers to buy OET products from a North American supplier, giving them access to OET's complete range of recombinant protein expression expertise and services, it said. They include proteinXpress, flashback baculovirus expression kits, baculovirus expression training courses, and individually tailored courses in baculovirus expression technology.

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