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NEW YORK — Arcis Biotechnology said today that it has signed a global distribution agreement for its nucleic acid sample prep products with Opentrons.

Under the terms of the deal, New York City-based Opentrons will offer Arcis' line of nucleic acid extraction and preservation products with its automated OT-2 lab robot platform to customers worldwide. Additional terms were not disclosed.

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