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GenDx Names Distributors for Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Poland

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – GenDx today announced distribution deals for its HLA-typing and chimerism monitoring products covering Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, and Poland. 

BioChemMack will distribute GenDx's products in Russia, Kazakhstan, and Belarus, while Polgen will be the Netherlands-based firm's distributor in Poland. Products covered by the deals include GenDx's SBTexcellerator for Sanger sequencing-based HLA-typing and its NGSgo next-generation sequencing-based technology, as well as the NGSengine software package. 

"We believe that with the appointment of these two HLA-specialized distributors we are now able to support our customers in Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, and Poland with the best tools, services, and education, enabling excellent HLA typing and thereby facilitating better matching and outcome of transplantations," GenDx Managing Director Wietse Mulder said in a statement.

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