NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – BioNano Genomics today announced that it has signed distribution agreements with MDxK and Millennium Science for its Irys genome mapping system in the Asia-Pacific region.

Millennium Science is a Melbourne, Australia-based genomics technology distributor and will market the Irys system in Australia and New Zealand. MDxK is based in Seoul, South Korea and has already sold one Irys system to ChunLab, a next-generation sequencing and bioinformatics service provider.

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