NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) - Integrated DNA Technologies said today that it acquired a Belgian company specializing in RNA field to bolster its own offerings in the field and attain a foothold in Europe.
 
The RNA-TEC acquisition is aimed at broadening IDT’s capabilities in the large-scale RNA synthesis and purification space, especially with increased demand for scale-up of IDT’s Dicer-Substrate RNAi compounds for large screens and animal studies.
 

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