Biozym Scientific to Distribute Halo Genomics Target Enrichment Kits in Germany, Austria | GenomeWeb

Halo Genomics said this week that German reagent company Biozym Scientific will distribute its target enrichment kits in Germany and Austria, and will provide customer support in those areas.

Uppsala-based Halo Genomics provides reagent kits and services for targeted sequencing that are based on its Selector technology. The firm's SelectorKit enables customers to amplify up to 100 genes per reaction, and six gene panel kits focus on different sets of genes, for example the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes.

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