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NEW YORK – Swift Biosciences and MGI Tech, a subsidiary of the BGI Group, said on Tuesday that they have signed an agreement to jointly market Swift's library preparation products in Europe and Asia Pacific.

Under the partnership, the companies will make Swift's library prep kits compatible with MGI's DNBSEQ sequencers, starting with the 2S Turbo DNA kit for whole-genome and targeted sequencing and the Rapid RNA and Methyl-Seq DNA Library kits.

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