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NEW YORK – Arbor Biosciences announced on Wednesday an exclusive, global agreement with Biosearch Technologies to distribute Arbor's next-generation sequencing panels for ag-bio.

Under the terms of the partnership, Biosearch will provide Arbor's myBaits custom hybridization-based targeted NGS panels to commercial agricultural organizations and seed breeding companies. Arbor will continue to sell to academic and government research laboratories.

Biosearch is part of LGC Group, a UK-based company offering reference materials, reagents, and research services.

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