NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Proteomics tools company Proxeon said today that it has expanded its reach in Europe and Asia through six new distribution agreements.

The European agreements include sales and marketing for Proxeon's tools in France, Greece, and Italy, and in the Asia-Pacific region pacts cover distribution in Singapore, South Korea, and Taiwan.

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