NEW YORK – NanoCellect Biomedical today announced an exclusive distribution agreement with Millennium Science for Australia and New Zealand.
Under the terms of the agreement, Millennium Science will distribute NanoCellect's Wolf Cell Sorter, N1 single-cell plate dispenser, consumables, and software in those countries.
"Expanding our reach to other regions of the world has been a significant focus for us in 2019, and we have a significant amount of interest from researchers in Australia and New Zealand for our cell-sorting technology," Chris Neary, NanoCellect CEO, said in a statement. "Millennium Science's existing partner relationships has made it a leader in the region, and we're excited to be working with their team to deliver our sample preparation, cloning, and single-cell genomics solutions to researchers striving to improve and advance their science."
Based in San Diego, NanoCellect develops and manufactures microfluidic technologies for cell sorting and analysis.
Millennium Science is a distributor supplying the Australasian life science research market.
Financial and other terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
The deal follows a South Korean distribution agreement that NanoCellect signed with Daon BioSciences in May.